Japan Developed First Credit Card Size 4G Mobile Phone
Japan’s largest telecom Company, NTT Docomo has developed a mobile, which is 5.3 mm (0.2 inches) wide. This small mobile phone, like a credit card, will be offered for sale in Japan next month. Which can easily fit in a card holder. The Docomo Company mobile phone is part of the recent release of large-screen smartphone users as well as small mobile phones.
- This mobile phone has a weight of 47 grams, which is very similar to touch screen eBooks.
- There are calls, messages and internet connection facilities in the mobile phone, but it is missing the use of cameras and other apps.
- This card mobile will prepare Kyocera Keitai KY-01L electronic company.
- NTT Decoko developed this ‘Simple and Lightweight’card phone mobile is a useful and extra device for people, who have purchased large-screen smartphones.
- NTT Decokom has described mobile phones as ‘world’s lowest width’ but other mobile companies have also made such claims.
- The Oppo R5 width was 4.85 mm, when it was released in 2014. The same year Vivo X5Max was released, with a width of 4.75 mm and In 2016, Motorola released Mozoto Z, the phone’s width was 5.2 mm.
Price: The expected price of this mobile phone in Japan 32,000 Yen (280 Dollars, 216 Euros). 35,000 Pakistani Rupee.
Source: NTT Docomo www.nttdocomo.co.jp