This is the striking Android mobile that you can store in your wallet


It is curious that, in the middle of 2017, the year of large format mobile phones (almost 6 inches), there are brands that venture to create extremely small terminals. This is the case of the NichePhone-S, a rather eye-catching and curious terminal, which we will tell you all about below.

It is a mobile that costs less than $100, and that has the size of a credit card. Incredible, but true and also, it is far more useful than it may seem.

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NichePhone-S, the smallest you will see this year


The NichePhone-S is a Japanese invention that costs, at an exchange, about 88 dollars. What do we have for that price? Well, we have a mobile phone that, incredibly, runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Apart from having this operating system, it has a Bluetooth connection, 3G, 4G, a MediaTek processor and a 550mAh battery.

Its thickness is 6.5mm, ridiculously thin to be a “smartphone”, in terms of weight, we find 38 grams. Its size is practically identical to that of a credit card, so transporting it cannot be easier and more comfortable, in this era in which we need super bags and pockets to transport our phones.

At the moment, we do not know if it will be distributed in other countries than Japan, but it is curious to find this little invention with Android. Do not you think?

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