You’d think that the world’s smallest phone would limit you to just making calls and short messages? Then you probably haven’t met the Xun Chi 138 yet.
The Xun Chi 138 is the world’s smallest phone, measuring only 2.64-inches in length — even shorter than the screen alone of a few certain smartphones!
Don’t let its diminutive size fool you, though. It packs a 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 player, and touchscreen with handwriting recognition on that stubby body.
Being a dual band GSM phone should make it work in most parts of Europe, Australia and Asia. No word on local pricing for this one but it looks like it’s only available in China anyway.
Via Slippery Brick
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