Who’d have ever thought that a touch-screen cell phone could be the size of a matchbox? Well, the sWaP Nova is here to remind us that technology CAN keep getting smaller and smaller.
Verified by the Guinness World Records in April 2011, the sWaP Nova is now officially the world’s smallest mobile phone – with a size of just 6.8 x 3.8 x 1.6 cm and a weight of 40 grams.
However, its size does not compromise any of its features…
This palm-sized mobile phone has a 176 x 132 pixel touch-screen and a slide-out USB port, and comes with an additional USB cable for charging and connecting to your computer for data transfer.
It features an innovative and accessible interface – making it functional and simple-to-use. And just in case you were wondering how you’re going to text your friends on such a small phone – it comes with an included mini stylus.
The sWaP Nova is also an MP3 Player and Multimedia Center, and comes with built-in software that allows you to listen to the radio and your favorite MP3 files, look at some pictures, and even watch a few movies.
With no fixed contracts or any ties to specific networks, the sWap Nova is compatible with pretty much every mobile phone network SIM card (except for Three Mobile) and supports WAP Internet, Bluetooth CSR V2.0 A2DP and up to 8GB of external memory.