The smallest Android handset is available from Amazon with a 2.4-inch screen and low-end specs

The smallest Android handset is available from Amazon with a 2.4-inch screen and low-end specs
Following the success of the Apple iPhone SE, we could be in for a flood of smaller-screened handsets making their way to the marketplace. The difference is that despite the smaller 4-inch screen on Apple's device, the rest of the iPhone SE carries specs equal to the flagship Apple iPhone 6s. On the other hand, we don't expect that many of the new small-screened models will come with specs that will wow us. Consider the Posh Mobile Micro X S240. This is an Android powered handset that comes with a 2.4-inch screen. To put that in perspective, the display is even smaller than the 2.81-inch screen found on 2007's LG Voyager featurephone.

Unlike the powerful hardware on the iPhone SE, the rest of the specs on the Posh Mobile Micro X S240 will make you feel like Marty McFly heading back in time. The phone is powered by a MediaTek MT 6572M SoC with a dual-core 1GHz CPU, and includes 512MB of RAM and 4GB of ROM. There is a 2MP rear-facing camera (less than the 3.2MP camera on 2008's LG Dare) and a VGA (.3MP) front facing camera. A 650mAh battery keeps the lights on, and Android 4.4 is pre-installed.

The phone is available from Amazon in black for $52.55, a 42% price cut from the usual $89.99. In blue, pink or white you can make the purchase for $49.99, a 44% cut in price. And Posh will even throw in a coupon good for $15 off your next Uber ride. If you are interested in a small Android phone as a back up, to give the kids, or even as a conversation piece, click on the sourcelink.


source: Amazon via BGR

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