Smartphones have been out there for a while. The technology has driven the smartphone world to the waterproofing and corning gorilla glass. Now, a US-based smartphone manufacturer, Posh mobiles released their smartphone Mico X S240, which is known to be the smallest smartphone in the world that runs the Android Operating system. The smartphone features a small 2.4-inch display which is one of the smallest smartphone displays out there. To be exact, the smartphone will be sized same as the credit card in your pocket.
The company states that they introduced this device for those who still loves small devices apart from the huge phablets and tablets. As it is very small in size, it will be easy to carry it easier than the keychain of your car. Micro X S240 is running on the Android 4.4 KitKat OS that is not that small as the smartphone. It doesn’t cut off any features, and there will be each feature that you getting with the normal sized smartphones.
Looking inside, a 1.0GHz dual-core MediaTek MT6572M processor is there at the heart of the smartphone which is coupled with 512MB of RAM. That doesn’t seem to be that much low as the size. It will be enough to fulfill all regular needs of the users even including the high-quality video playback. It comes with a 4GB internal storage that can be expanded upto 32GB.
Coming to the camera, there is a 2.0 MP shooter on the back which opposing a VGA-quality camera on the front. But, looking at the battery, there is a small disappointment as it only features a 650mAh battery which the company promises can deliver four hours of talk time and 180 hours of standby time. But, that doesn’t seem to be enough as the device even provides the 4G LTE connectivity. The device also delivers all other connectivity solutions like Bluetooth and Wifi.
Posh Mobile Micro X S240 is priced $50 is Amazon US, which can be converted into about Rs. 3300. The pricing looks attractive, and the device will be available in black, white, pink and blue color variants. It would be a good option if you would like to keep a second device for the very basic requirements.