World’s smallest smartphone, the size of a credit card

In a world where the run for making larger screen-sized smartphones is an emerging trend, not many would understand the idea of having one of the smallest smartphones in the world. It is also notable that at a time, the smaller was the better, but as the smartphones came into existence, the larger screens have always been the choice. In this scenario, manufacturing a miniature smartphone, almost the size of a credit card seems to be a move likely targeting children, but nevertheless, it is a good thing to have for the adults too. The Micro X S240 is an Android smartphone in the world, manufactured by Posh Mobiles.

The Micro X S240 doesn’t have all the latest specifications adhering to a smartphone, but nonetheless, connects to a 4G network, has 512 MB RAM, a dual-core 1 Ghz processor, and operates on Android 4.4 KitKat. The screen size is 2.4 inches and the phone measures 89 mm along its longest edge. Also notable are the 2 MP primary camera and the VGA front camera. The 650 mAh battery is expected to provide 200 hours of stand-by or 7 hours of talk time. The phone weights just 52 grams.

Besides being the smallest smartphone, it can also be used as a keychain. The function of Android Manager to find your lost phone may help you relocate your lost or misplaced keys. The Micro X S240 is available to buy from Amazon at a price of $90 and Indian customers can also avail of it via eBay's Global Easy Buy service.

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