Zanco has unveiled what is the world's smallest mobile phone, the tiny t1. It sports 0.49-inch OLED display at 64 x 32 pixels resolution. The device does not come with a QWERTY keyboard, so, if you have big fingers, your typing might be a bit inaccurate. You can use nano-SIM cards on this phone, and can store up to 300 contacts in the phonebook, as well as 50 calls history and 50 text messages.
In terms of memory, Zanco tiny t1 packs 32MB RAM and 32MB internal storage, but with no microSD card support. The feature phone comes with a very small 200mAh battery capacity which amazingly lasts for more than 3 days on a single charge. It charges through a USB port and weighs just 13g.
Another selling point for this phone is its 2G networks (GSM850/900, DCS1800, and PCS1900) compatibility. Zanco Tiny T1 will be available in May 2018, with a price tag of about $50 on Kickstarter.