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You can get the Jelly smartphone for yourself through the Jelly Kickstarter page.
Jelly comes in at only 2.45 inches and comes packing Android Nougat.
Jelly, for example, has built an ultra-small smartphone with Android Nougat and 4G LTE.
It’s important to note that the phone does have a $109 retail price for the base model and $125 for the Pro model.
It features a full version of Android Nougat, along with the Google Play Store installed and ready to help you download all your favorite apps.
Google ends Android Nougat Beta program, confirms Android O beta begins soon
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Google has just confirmed that the Android Nougat Beta Program is complete and that no new builds will be pushed to Pixel and Nexus devices in the future.
We’ll update this site when the Android O Beta Program begins.
The beta for Android Nougat has concluded, and all devices that were opted in have been updated to the current public version.
If we are to guess, Google will release the second Android O developer preview during the I/O event, which will take place between May 17-19.
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This tiny 4G mobile runs Android 7.0 Nougat and costs just $59
This is the Jelly smartphone by Unihertz, and it’s already a Kickstarter superstar.
The Jelly was originally selling via the Kickstarter page for just $59 in a super early bird promotion, but that has since expired.
But while flagship devices continue to march forward, one company is going in the opposite direction, and that strategy is seemingly paying off in a big way.
Don’t Miss : The best new Android feature might finally launch soonThe Jelly is an Android smartphone that runs 7.0 Nougat out of the box and supports 4G LTE connectivity, but those modest specs are pretty much the only thing it shares with the vast majority of modern smartphones.
Still, the current asking price of $79 is a mighty reasonable ask for the privilege of owning a modern-ish device with up to three days of working battery life.