Chinese OEM, Moni has just launched its Moni Mint smartphone, claiming it is the smallest 4G-enabled smartphone in the world. The smartphone has a 1-inch display, which is slightly smaller than the Palm phone, which comes with a 3.3-inch display. The dimensions of the smartphone are 89.5 * 45.5 * 11.5 mm.
Money Mint: Price
The Money Mint is priced at ১৫ 150 (approximately Rs 11,111) and the device is being offered for প্রাথমিক 100 (approximately, Rs 421) as an initial bird offer on crowdfunding website Indigogo. In addition to the early bird slots of $ 100, there are $ 115 and $ 130 Early Bird and Indigogo special slots, respectively. The device will start shipping in November.
Money Mint: Special mention
The Mini Mint has been claimed as the smallest 4G smartphone in the world and it comes with dual SIM card support. It plays a 3-inch display with 854 × 450 resolution. The device will be powered by an anonymous 1.5GHz quad-core CPU with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.
It will run Google’s Android 9 operating system with a custom skin on top. All this will be supported by a 1,250mAh polymer battery.
The device will have a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 2 megapixel front camera for taking selfies. Additionally, the device will support American and European bands.
If you want to buy the phone, you can go to its Indigogo micro-site and pre-book a model for you. The device will start shipping in November.
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