Mony Mint is the World Smallest 4G Smartphone
Chinese OEM based in Hong Kong has launched the smallest 4G phone, liking to the size of your ATM card. Code name Mony Mint.
Mony Mint is a lightweight smartphone that features a 3-inch touch display which is slightly smaller than the 3.3-inch palm phone. It only has volume and power buttons in addition to the USB-C port.
The portable smartphone has 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be further extended to 164GB via an SD card slot. It is also a dual SIM smartphone, with some great apps already preinstalled.
The Mony Mint features an MT6739 processor from MediaTek that can manage a clock rate of up to 1.5 GHz, and it also comes with 3 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. The phone measures 89.5 x 45.5 x 11.5 mm (3.5 x 1.8 x 0.45 in) and comes in blue and black, although pink is mentioned in the specs sheet.
The Mony Mint will run on Android 9 and could be an important travel companion, as it is compatible with the major wireless networks across the world.
The dual-SIM support is also useful when on transit, as the additional SIM slot provides an opportunity to get more from the device. Finally, it’s powered by a 1250mAh battery under the hood which offers up to 72 hours (3 days) of service on a full charge.
Super Early Bird spots, which have a $100 price tag on Indiegogo. If you miss those, the next price point is $115 and, finally, the Indiegogo special of $130 (the regular retail price will be $150). Manufacturing and shipping is scheduled to start in November of this year.