The Willcom WX06A model cell phone is currently considered the World’s Smallest Cell Phone. Measuring only 32 x 70 x 10.7 millimeters in size, this working phone only weighs 32 grams. The phone does have a one inch screen for viewing and requires a fold-out antenna for use. The phone screen is the same size as the average face of a watch.
Due to its compact size, the WX06A does not have a camera. However, a spokesperson for the company has assured everyone that it is perfectly capable of sending emails. That is, of course, if you can type on such a small keypad.
The Willcom WX06A is currently only programed to work on the Japanese phone system at this time. The phone will go on sale in December 2015, and depending on demand, additional phone system capabilities may be added.
The small size also required the manufacturer to make a smaller battery. This phone has about two hours of talk time and 300 hours of stand alone time available on a fully charged battery.
Other smallest cell phones:
The Modu Mobile
The Modu Mobile was named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Lightest Phone until 2013. The handset weighs just over forty grams and measures a mere 72 x 37 x 7.8 mm.
Compared to the Modu Mobile this seems fairly large, but it still weighs in at a light 72 grams and boasts dimensions measuring 85.5 x 54 x 11.9 mm.
Xun Chi 138
The Xun Chi 138 is probably one of the Modu Mobile’s closest competitors when it comes to size, but doesn’t quite manage to beat it. The handset weighs just 55 grams and utilises a touch screen that makes the most of handwriting recognition technology.
For those who require something that is small, quirky and offers the most basic features, then the LG Migo should immediately jump to mind. Weighing in at just under 70 grams, the Migo packs in calling and text messaging with a relatively unique and childlike design.
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