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Smallest phone in the world is even smaller than a mint box

This Japanese cell phone by Willcom may be the smallest phone in the world. Scheduled to be released in March, the Strap 2 weighs only 32 grams and operates with with only a tiny, 1-inch display screen. For only US$380, you can own the smallest phone in the world. But don’t count on getting years of use from it. It only holds up for a total of two hours talk time and 300 hours of standby time. In other words, expect to get about 13 days of use from this little guy. But hey, those are 13 days of amazing all your friends with the world’s tiniest phone.


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