Someone made an Android phone the size of a credit card and it costs less than $100
Even though there are a plethora of average-sized handsets available on the market, we can't say the same thing about small smartphones. And when we say small, we mean credit card-sized small.
A Japanese company unveiled its rather niche product (hence the name) called NichePhone-S, an Android smartphone that will be available on November 10 for purchase in the country for the equivalent of around $88.
The miniaturized smartphone runs Android 4.2 and includes many connectivity features like Bluetooth, 3G, LTE, and tethering. Oh, did we mention that you can keep it in your wallet?