Smart phones have gotten huge, and not everyone is a fan. Some even say these large phones are sexist, too big to fit comfortably in many women’s hands or pockets. Unihertz’ latest Kickstarter creation might be the solution, with a tiny three inch smartphone that can run Android 10.
Unihertz released the first tiny smartphone to run 4G, the Jelly, back in 2017. The project was a success, with over 10,000 backers and raising $1 million. At the time, Business Insider tested out the phone, with miniature versions of Instagram and Twitter.
Now the company is on its fifth Kickstarter project, with the Jelly 2 set to ship in December. Take a look.