The “World’s Thinnest Phone” Is Here
The “World’s Thinnest Phone” is here and it has come with an exciting new feature to incorporate business cards.
We can’t do much without business cards. Whether it is Japan we are talking about or any other, business cards are still needed.
Keeping Japan in mind:
Japanese have come with the thinnest phone that has a card holder inside it. Named the ‘card phone’, KY-O1L, it has been manufactured by Kyocera. Moreover, the phone will be coming to NTT Docomo by the next month.
Size And Other Measures
The phone has the same footprint as a credit card. It is not bigger than a 5.3mm thick and weighs 47g.
Docomo is calling the phone the thinnest and lightest phone available in the phone. With a 2.8-inch monochrome e-paper screen, the phone has a 380mAh battery on board and supports LTE connectivity.
New phones are making an advent and companies are constantly trying to up their game. However, this one beats everything in every regard as it is the Thinnest Phone In The World. Moreover, the phone has an LTE connectivity.
The phone does not have a camera on board or an App Store. However, there is a web browser that can be a lot of fun to use.
While Docomo is saying this is the world’s thinnest phone, others are contradicting. The Moto Z phone that was launched in 2016 was under 5.2 mm thick and their claim would be that their’s is the thinnest. The lack of camera on the new thin phone, however, makes it Quite Thin!
Price of the new KY-01L is 32,000 Yen- $300. It isn’t a lot to pay, considering that it is going to be really easy for you to carry it around at all times. Moreover, with a browser on board, you can always have your fun with the World’s Thinnest Phone.
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