The smallest 4G smartphone in the world comes with less than an ATM card in size

Nowadays, big phones are appealing to consumers. Devices with a 6.5-inch display are common in the market. In such a situation, a Chinese company has launched the world’s smallest 4G smartphone. The phone only has a 3-inch touch display. The phone has been released by Chinese company Moni and is named Moni Mint. The smartphone is smaller and weighs less.

What are the specifications of the phone

Superficially, this smartphone is much smaller than an ATM card. The phone’s buttons and ports are also small. It has a USB Type-C port, volume and power button. The smartphone has 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Storage can be expanded up to 164GB via SD card slot. It is a dual SIM smartphone with some pre-installed apps.

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Money Mint smartphones are very easy to carry when traveling. It supports major wireless networks around the world. In addition, wireless calls can be used in situations where network calls cannot be made. The phone has a 1250mAh battery which lasts 3 days at full charge.

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What is the price of the phone
Money Mint smartphones are also affordable. The price of the phone is $ 150 (about 11 thousand rupees). It can be purchased through the American Crowdfunding website Indiegogo. Under the offer for early buyers, it will be available for $ 100 (approx. Rs. 7,400). Phone sales will start from November 2021.

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