Android is famous for having such a wide variety of devices from HTCs, to Samsungs, to LGs to the new Japanese and Chinese countries bringing their handsets over too such as ZTE and Huawei. On top of this, we have Android devices that come in all shapes and sizes from gigantic 7-inch “phones” to tiny little 3″ phones.
Well, a very popular channel on YouTube, Unbox Therapy have uploaded a video recently that looks to highlight the smallest Android phone in the whole world. The channel specialises in unboxing and showing off some of the most extreme technology in the world, be sure to check it out. Anyway, the video below shows off this incredibly tiny phone in it’s full.
The phone is called the POSH Micro X S240 and is apparently one of, if not THE smallest Android phones in the world. As you can see, he begins by holding it in his hand which really puts it into perspective just how tiny this little phone is!
Despite its tiny size, the phone does still come with front and back cameras, a speaker, a removable backing, a touch screen display and plenty more specs.
Once he’s done finding out about the phone. He then proceeds to put the battery into the handset and begin the setup process. He can’t help but laugh however when he brings up the keyboard to see just how tiny it is!
He then proceeds to compare it to one of the biggest flagship mainstream phones on the market right now in The 5.7″ Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Now if this isn’t one of the smallest phones you’ve ever seen then we’d definitely like to see which touchscreen phone you think is smaller. We know this phone likely won’t be a serious competitor in any shape or form, but it is always fun when manufacturers play around with the extremes of hardware. In this case, the extreme is just how damn small you can make a phone before it becomes unusable.