communication giants seem to struggle to decide the right size for their
smartphones, Zanco, an American tech startup, has introduced the tiniest
feature phone in the world, the Tiny T1.
The Zanco Tiny T1 offers every basic feature one would expect from a
feature phone that includes voice calls and SMS. The Tiny T1 works on 2G
networks and boasts a 200 mAH battery that lasts up to three days
per-charge, as reported by tempo.co.
The James Bond-like phone features a small OLED 0.49 inch screen with a
64 x 32 pixel resolution and a numeric keyboard. While accuracy may be a
problem for user’s fingers, typing is still manageable. A nano-SIM card
is compatible with the device, which can also store 300 contacts in its
The Tiny T1 has a 32MB RAM and internal storage of non-expandable 32MB
and weighs 13 grams. According to its Kickstarter page, the Tiny T1 is
ideal as a backup or emergency phone and as a conversation starter.