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#Unbelievable: See The smallest Phone in the world (photos)

Happy new year my good readers, have you seen or heard about the smallest phone in the world.... Hmmn I gat you to. well in brief let me introduce the world’s smallest mobile phone. It's so tiny, you won’t believe it’s real! It’s the perfect gift for any gadget lover and fits in any bag or pocket no matter how small.

The Zanco tiny t1 mobile phone is smaller than your thumb, lighter than a coin and is ridiculously cute. In fact, it is 4 times smaller than an average iPhone. The company claims its the smallest mobile phone in the world. The tiny t1 phone can store up to 50 SMS messages and 50 call logs. But only supports 2G network bands, it does not have Internet access. The Zanco tiny t1 is a global phone that will work with any mobile phone network in the world. This means it's not locked to any network. You can change the nano-SIM at any time if you want to change your network too.

The battery has 3 days standby and 180 minutes talk time. It is four times smaller than an iPhone, but 10,000 times cuter according to reports. 

It is so small that you can keep it in your bag, pocket or glove compartment, this phone is perfect for joggers, runners, cyclists, as well as those that are involved in extreme sports the phone is so small that it can go in any size pocket.

The first time you see it you can’t believe it exists. Your second thought is why does it exist? When you look a third time you realize how much you want it

The T1 is a basic cellphone with USB charging port, keyboard, speaker and microphone. Another interesting feature of this phone is the lanyard attachment you can wear around your neck. Imagine wearing a mobile phone as a necklace. 

Below are the concluding  SPECS of ZANCO TINY T1 PHONE
  • 300 Phonebook memory 
  • Stores 50 SMS Messages
  • Stores the last 50 call logs
  • It uses Nano Sim
  • 32MB RAM + 32MB ROM
  • 12.5mm OLED screen
  • Micro USB charger
  • 13 Voice changers
  • MediaTek MTK6261D 
  • 0.49-inch OLED (32x64 pixels) display
  • 200mAh battery.
You can go to Kickstarter to back this project up.

Check the price list below;

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