Japan reveals the world’s smallest cell phone
At first sight, this thing might look like a toy but it is not. Willcom, a Japanese cellphone maker, recently revealed the world’s smallest cell phone. This device is just 32x70x10.7mm and it weighs 32 grams. This handset has 1 inch OLED colour display which is more popular in watches. There is also fold out antenna.
Right now, this phone is available only in Japan. The weight is much less than a standard phone. A lot of features are sacrificied to keep this phone small. For instance, there is no camera. The battery is also smaller and has just two hours rated talk time. Standby time is 300 hours. On the bright side, e-mail support is available.
Tako Hiyama, the Eibitto president, said that mobile antenna has been put in for improving the reception of the phone. This phone will arrive in the Japanese market by December but the manufacturer hasn’t revealed its price yet.
The phone runs on Japan PHS phone mode and hence it won’t run outside the country.
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