I’m hands on with the world’s smallest 4G smartphone, but is that size a big problem for real world usage?
Every time I pull the Jelly Pro out of the change pocket of my jeans, yes it really is that small, I cannot help but think of Derek Zoolander and his ridiculously small cellphone. That was a comedy spoof, of course, but how serious is the Jelly Pro?
Let’s get the size thing out of the way first, because that really is the main selling point here. It’s small, very small indeed: 92.4mm x 43mm x 13mm (that’s just 3.64″ x 1.69″ x 0.5″). The screen itself is a miniscule 2.45″ at a resolution of 240 x 432 pixels. Oh, and it weighs in at 75g with battery and 82g if you add the dinky lanyard case that can be bought as an extra.
To put that into some perspective, my day-to-day smartphone right now is a Samsung Galaxy S8+ which has a 6.2″ 2960 x 1440 Quad HD display and overall dimensions of 159.5 x 73.4 x 8.1 mm (6.28 x 2.89 x 0.32 in) weighing in at 173g. They couldn’t be further apart, and I don’t just mean in size…