Nowadays, Big phones are at rage. You won’t enable to find a flagship device from many big names without an edge-to-edge display, ultra sharp screen, and superb battery. The Zanco Tiny T1 doesn’t have any of those things, but it does hold the title of world’s smallest cell phone, and it already has plenty of fans all around the internet.
This Tiny T1 looks like a toy but it’s actually a fully functional cell phone and can handle voice calls as well as texts. It boasts a full numerical keypad and a tiny OLED display with a resolution of just 64 by 32.
As you can see the Tiny T1 isn’t exactly the most powerful mobile phone on the planet. Its mini size limits its capabilities, allowing it to operate only on 2G networks and, with such a small display, you won’t be doing anything other calling and texting. That said, it’s still a pretty remarkable performance.
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The Tiny 1 accepts nano sim cards, charges via microUSB, and has a 300-contact phonebook to save. It stores the 50 most recent calls as well as 50 of your most recent SMS messages. Zanco’s specs list also says it has “32RAM + 32ROM”. There’s no way this phone has 32GB of RAM (obviously) and I find it hard to believe it even has 32GB of storage, especially considering this isn’t a smartphone. Hard to say, and the company’s website doesn’t clear it up.
Furthermore, the Tiny T1 is extremely cheap, which might make it a good emergency phone for anyone who doesn’t like carrying a smartphone but still wants a bit decent backup phone. It has three days of standby time when powered up, and can tackle 180 minutes of talk time before needing a recharge. Zanco’s Kickstarter will let you pick up one of the pint-sized phones for less than $50.