Balmuda, a Japanese design company, has unveiled its first smartphone in Tokyo. The highlight of this smartphone, Balmuda Phone, is its small size, despite the fact that its functionality will equal those of larger smartphones. Not only that, but it costs the same as the iPhone. So, here are some of the characteristics of this phone:
Balmuda phone has a large display in a tiny package, which sets it apart from other smartphones on the market. The phone features a 4.9-inch display with a 1080p resolution. With a 4.7-inch display, it appears to be the same as the iPhone SE. During the introduction, the company's CEO stated that the size of smartphones has expanded significantly in recent years, according to him. As a result, the Balmuda Phone was created with the tiny size and elegance in mind.
The back panel is somewhat narrower on the corners and slightly thicker in the centre. For photography, it contains a single rear and front camera. A 48-megapixel camera sensor may also be found on the rear, in the right corner. A fingerprint sensor with the similar design may be found in the left corner. It comes with an 8-megapixel front camera with a punch-hole cutout for selfies.
What does the phone cost? It boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 CPU, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Its battery capacity is merely 2,500mAh, and the phone does not allow wireless charging. When it comes to the pricing, it was brought to Japan for 104,800 yen (about Rs. 68,000). In India, you would be able to get 13 new Apple iPhone devices for this amount.