JAPANES CREATED THE THINNEST SMARTPHONE IN THE WORLD
Japanese company Kyocera and local operator NTT Docomo announced the premiere of a new ultra-thin phone called Kyocera KY-O1L.
This phone as thick as a bank card and can easily fit into your wallet. The Kyocera KY-O1L model weighs 47 grams and has a size of 91 by 55 mm. The phone has a thickness of 5.3 mm. In addition, the gadget is equipped with a monochrome screen of 2.8 diagonal electronic paper. The battery capacity is 380 mAh.
However, this model does not contain cameras. The gadget works under the management of the brand-name operating system on the Android, but without the app store. Japanese manufacturer plans to release Kyocera KY-O1L for sale in November 2018. The gadget can be purchased for $ 285.