We are living in a world where smartphones have become our daily life partners. As of today the 5-inch display is considered a standard but a brand name Jelly has dared to introduce the smallest 4G smartphone on planet – Jelly 4G.

As the world is moving towards bigger smartphones, this new phone is headed in the opposite direction. Jelly is an update to a tiny phone and has more RAM, dual SIM card slots and more battery capacity.

From amazing specifications to design, every brand is now realizing its potential market and developing niche according to it, like Samsung has introduced the infinity display on Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and the next HTC flagship will be squeezable.

Although amazing advancements are being made but the major bullet points are almost the same; a thin casing, narrowest bezels and larger displays.


The Jelly 4G incorporates a 2.45 inches display with a screen that has lesser resolution than today’s smartphones but still more than what the iPhone 3G had when it was introduced a decade ago.

The smartphone is 3.6 inches tall, 1.7 inches wide and half an inch thick. On the OS front, Jelly has surprised everyone by bringing the latest Android Nougat under the hood.

Jelly 4G has a 1.1 GHz Quad-core processor and dual sim slot as well. The phone enters the market in two variants; the standard version with 1GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage while the Pro version brings double these specs.

Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and 4G connectivity. Moreover, rear and front cameras are also present on the world’s smallest smartphone.


The Jelly 4G is available in European and Americas with a price tag of $69 (PKR 7,200).