Here follow some of the smallest and most compact phones ever made
Launched back in March 2013, the Willcom WX06A is one of the most ridiculously-small phones we've ever laid eyes upon. Measuring 32 × 70 × 10.7 mm and tipping the scales at 32 grams, as much as half a dozen nickles. Unsurprisingly, the handset is a feature phone - it flaunts a 1" OLED display, a set of extremely tiny keys, no camera, and a battery that lasts up to 300 hours in standby. We guess it had to be sold with a "Please keep out of children" warning sign.
HTC Wildfire S
With the extremely compact dimensions of 3.99 x 2.34 x 0.49 inches (101.3 x 59.4 x 12.4 mm), the HTC Wildfire S is among the more compact Android devices from the not so distant past. It's extremely pocket-friendly silhouette was among its biggest highlights, but its hardware insides were rather adequate (for its time) as well - a single-core Snapdragon S1, 512MB of RAM, and a 3.2", 320 x 480-pixel display.
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini
Another pretty compact Android device, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini has dimensions of 3.27 x 1.97 x 0.63 inches (83 x 50 x 16 mm). Running Android 1.6, the device was actually a mini-sized version of the Sony Xperia X10. It also came with one of the more common chipsets at the time, a single-core 600MHz Snapdragon S1 MSM7227 and a tiny, 2.5" display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Compact and humble, right?
HP Veer 4G
You can say a lot of things for 2011's HP Veer 4G, and "compact" will surely among the first ones. With overall dimensions of 3.31 x 2.15 x 0.59 inches (84 x 54.5 x 15 mm) and weight of 3.63 oz (103 g), the Veer is quite similar to the Palm Pre and looks like a down-sized version of the latter. It's running WebOS, came with a small 2.6" touchscreen, and hid a tiny retractable keyboard, the keys of which were quite hard to use.