Meet the 'World’s Thinnest and Lightest Phone' Kyocera KY-01L

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Here's a look at the 'World’s Thinnest and Lightest Phone' that is in the size of a credit card. Japanese telecom giant NTT Docomo has unveiled this "world's thinnest and lightest smartphone" named Kyocera KY-01L with 4G LTE connectivity.

The 2.8-inch display Kyocera KY-01L is even smaller than the Palm phone with a 3.3-inch display panel. The Kyocera KY-01L does not have front or rear cameras, though it comes with E-Ink display similar to Amazon Kindle ebook reader. There is a 380mAh battery under the hood, and the Thinnest device measures 91x55x5.3mm and a weighs 47 grams, making it one of the least bulky smartphones out there in the markets.

The device includes apps like a Dialler, Contacts, Messages, Clock, Calculator, Settings, Browser, and Calendar and packs a modest IPx2 drip water resistance. It is equipped with a built-in browser. The Kyocera KY-01L claims zero power consumption on standby mode. Initially the device will be exclusive to the Japanese market, available only on NTT Docomo's network from late November.

Coming to price tag, Kyocera KY-01L is priced JPY 32,000 (roughly Rs. 20,900), according to reports. The device will be available in single Ink Black colour variant.


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