World Slimmest tablet
Meet The World’s Smallest Smartphone
It’s always nice to have a smartphone that you can easily tuck inside your pocket. It’s very convenient especially when you don’t want to carry a lot of bulky items. Speaking of which, the HP Veer appears to be the current title holder for the world’s smallest smartphone. It’s even smaller than the Nokia 700!
So far, there is no such phone that could beat the HP Veer’s body dimensions. It is 84 mm in width, 54.5 mm in length and it has an average thickness of 15.1 mm. It also weighs no less than 103 grams which is only as heavy as a small bottle of body lotion.As for its features, the HP Veer may not be as trendy as this year’s latest smartphones but it has a reliable webOS 2.2 operating system that is backed up by its 800 MHz Scorpion processor. Meanwhile, the mini smartphone’s 2.6” TFT screen is quite good for doing a lot of basic stuffs such as playing music and text messaging.
Android Smallest Phone List:
Samsung Galaxy mini 2
LG Optimus L3 E400
Sony Xperia mini
In the words of Sony, size does matter. They don’t mean big here, but rather compact smartphones that are capable of delivering a rich experience you’d normally find in larger handsets. If words don’t convince you, the company lets its devices do the talking through a host of reliable hardware. A 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor is given the task of carrying around the heavy load, while the 512MB of RAM gives it a helping hand in multitasking.
Along with the Android Gingerbread OS, the handset employs a 3-inch TFT capacitive scratch-resistant Reality display with Mobile Brava engine. A 5MP camera lets you snap up stills and even capture videos in 720p HD resolutions. And where storage is concerned, it comes with 1GB of built-in memory and a microSD expansion slot for support of up to 32GB.
Sony Xperia Active
Like we said before, small shouldn’t always mean less capable. The Sony Xperia Active is a fine example of that philosophy. Taking its place as one of the rugged smartphones in the Android ecosystem, the device is designed for the adventurous few and it’s capable of taking on rough conditions. At 110.8 grams, the handset measures 92mm x 55mm x 16.5mm in terms of dimensions.
On the front, you’ll find a 3-inch scratch-resistant TFT touchscreen with wet finger tracking, just in case you decide to take a quick dip. A 1GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm takes the lead within this tiny beast, while the Gingerbread platform runs the show. A 5MP camera is also amongst the catalog of features, proffering AF, 8x digital zoom, a LED flash and an f/2.6 aperture.
Sony Live with Walkman
To describe the Sony Live with Walkman, you could simply say it’s a small guy who knows how to entertain. This little Android beast pumps in performance through a Qualcomm 8255 processor clocked at 1GHz, while a rich experience is delivered through the Android Gingerbread OS proffering the xLoud audio filter technology.
Complementing the 3.2-inch 320 x 480 TFT display is a 5MP camera that features AF, 8x digital zoom, LED flash and video recording in 720p HD. Apart from these, it houses 512MB of RAM, 320MB of user-accessible memory, support for a microSD card up to 32GB and DLNA certification for wirelessly sharing digital media content.
If you’re looking for the tiniest Android phone that’s worth the price tag affixed onto it, we’d recommend the HTC Explorer any day. With dimensions of 102.8mm x 57.2mm x 12.9mm, the device draws its energy from a 1230mAh Li-ion battery to power up a host of hardware components including the 600MHz processor. 512MB of takes its place for delivering better multitasking, while the HTC Sense UI aims at enhancing you Android Gingerbread experience altogether.
A 3MP snapper dominates the rear, while a 3.2-inch 320 x 480 touchscreen sits pretty on the other side. On the connectivity front, your options lie at Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, 3G support with download speeds of up to 7.2Mbps and Bluetooth 3.0 amongst others.