Unihertz, a company known for its niche smartphones, has unveiled the Jelly Max device, which it claims will be the smallest 5G phone on the market. Its additional specifications have also been revealed.

The smallest 5G smartphone is ready to hit the global market
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It will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7300 chip with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a whopping 256GB of storage. Compared to its predecessor, the Jelly Star, the new device will be significantly more powerful in terms of performance: a 54% faster processor, an 87% faster GPU, 36% faster RAM, and 30% higher power efficiency. gizmochina.com writes about this.

There’s no word yet on the exact size of the display, but according to Unihertz, the Jelly Max won’t lose battery life thanks to the 4000mAh battery, which is a lot for a fairly compact device. Fast charging with a power of 66W will charge your phone to 90% in just 20 minutes.

The smartphone is believed to be similar in size to the iPhone 13 Mini. Details about the release date and price are scarce, but Unihertz has confirmed that the retail launch is close.

We previously wrote that the iPhone 15 became the most popular smartphone among Russians in 2023, and only 23% of users choose Android devices.


Nikolai Tikhonov

Source: RB

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