With the passing years, the size of smartphones has increased over time. For watching movies or playing games, you would prefer a big screen smartphone.
But the main drawback is as the size of smartphone gets bigger, it becomes difficult to carry around. Although they are not so difficult to carry around it is very tough to fit them into our pockets every day. Some people do prefer small size smartphones as they are easy to carry and don’t need much space in the pocket.
And to solve this problem, the atom was created. It is also the tiny 4G jagged smartphone in the world. Specified the detail that the plan already upstretched nearly $1 million, it’s harmless to say that individuals still care for tiny devices that they can without difficulty fit into their pockets.
And now the same company also made Jelly, more than a year ago now comes back with a jagged device. Atom is flawless for indoor events as it is dust and water-resistant and it has a strong covering. Essentially, it is perhaps one of the finest means of communication to take with you on a trip. Atom may be trivial but it has a countless number of features to propose. The device features a fingerprint scanner, NFC, a 16MP camera on the back, combined with an 8MP snapper on the front, and it runs Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The smartphone contains an octa-core CPU, 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. Astonishingly, the handset supports two SIM cards, both on the 4G network.
Certainly, the size of the Atom is quite small. Obviously, operators perhaps won’t require this smartphone to play games on or watch videos. As an alternative, they will need it to be able to stay in touch with the world while working out or traveling out and about in nature. In order to make it even more useful, the evolving company even delivers operators with bicycle mounts, armbands or clips, to make it relaxing for them to attach the phone to anywhere they want it to be. The device is boundless for making and taking phone calls, send and receive texts and even for vital emails. It is slightly hard to recite them on such a small display, but it is a great way still to stay in touch. If there is a command you use more often, you can now access it with the touch of a button thanks to the Atom’s programmable key.
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Only asserting that the Atom is the world’s least jagged smartphone without giving out any numbers is unusable. The smartphone is only 96mm or 3,7-inch tall, 45mm or 1,7-inch wide and 18mm or 0,7-inch thick. This certainly fits into the majority of pockets. Inappropriately, it is also easy to drop. The display has a 2,45-inch diagonal and it has a 240 x 432 pixels resolution. In a while, it is small yet competent.
As for the pricing, the world’s smallest rugged smartphone is not the cheapest one too. Then again, it’s not easy to deliver a device with these specs in such a minor wrapping. Those who back the project on Kickstarter can get an Atom smartphone for $219. Allegedly, this is $80 off the retail value, so this means that when the device finally hits the stores it will cost somewhere around $300. Backers can opt for packages that will get them 2, 3, 5, 10, or even 50 devices. The bigger the package, the greater the number of sponsors can save when buying the handsets.