I’m old enough to remember when it seemed like cell phones were always getting smaller rather than larger—remember Derek Zoolander‘s tiny cell phone? But in recent years the trend has been towards ever larger screens. Jelly is a step back towards The Smallening, with a new 4G mini-smartphone that measures only 3.6 inches tall, 1.7 inches wide.
Jelly packs an Android 7.0 Nougat OS powered by a 1.1 GHz processor along with front and rear-facing cameras, two nano SIM cards, and 16 GB of storage into its tiny body. But its small size is good for more than just novelty and pocket space, since the phone is going for a pre-order price point of just under 80 bucks, and it can run for three days of “average usage” at a time on a single battery charge.