Mony, a Chinese phone manufacturer, has launched the world’s tiniest 4G smartphone, which is the size of a credit card. The Mony Mint features a 3-inch screen, which is smaller than the Palm Phone, which has a 3.3-inch screen with 4G connectivity.
Because it supports 4G networks from all over the world, this compact and lightweight smartphone is an excellent travel companion. If you can’t find a SIM card or a cellular network isn’t available, you can utilize WiFi to make calls via WhatsApp/Skype/Discord, etc. It is also a dual SIM phone, which is useful while traveling between countries.
It has a simple design, therefore it lacks ports, as it only has a power button, volume rockers, and a USB C connector. It is powered by the 7-year-old Mediatek MT6735 CPU, has up to 3GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage that can be expanded with a microSD card. It boots Android 9 out of the box and comes pre-installed with a number of apps.
On the back, there is a single 13MP camera and a VGA selfie camera. The battery capacity is 1250mAh, which is sufficient for three days of use on a single charge.
When it goes on sale in November of this year, the Mony Mint will cost only $150.
- Chipset: Mediatek MT6735
- CPU: Quad-core (4×1.3 GHz Cortex-A53)
- GPU: Mali T720
- OS: Android 10, Poco Launcher 2.0
- Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, 5G
- 3″ IPS LCD with 480 x 854 pixels resolution; 270 ppi,
- RAM: 3GB
- Internal: 32GB
- Card slot: yes
- Rear: 13MP
- Front: VGA (0.3MP)
- Colors: Black
- Battery: 1250 mAh
- Price: $150
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