Unihertz has advanced a brand new rugged pocket sized 4G cellphone which it has now made available via Kickstarter and already raised over $570,000 with still 34 days closing on its campaign. The Atom has been designed to provide a difficult, flexible and ultraportable water-proof Octa-Core phone. The tech company claims that the Atom phone is the world’s smallest 4G rugged smartphone and the device is focused toward customers who decide on smaller handsets that would supplement their energetic out of doors lifestyle.
The Atom cellphone comes with an IP68 water and dirt resistance rating, which means that the device can continue to exist being submerged underwater for a quick time frame. further, the device maker claims that the Atom smartphone is shockproof, whilst the handset’s display is protected against scratches via a sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass.
Atom 4G Smartphone Features
Spec-wise, it’s a nifty tool. For a retail charge of $300 (even though there are cheaper tiers available on Kickstarter), you get a 2.45-inch, 240 x 432 decision show; 4GB of RAM, Android 8.1 Oreo; a sixteen-megapixel rear-dealing with digicam and an eight-megapixel front-going through camera; an FM radio; NFC capability for mobile payments; USB type-C for charging; and a the front-mounted fingerprint sensor.
It also has a preferred 3.5-mm headphone jack, a programmable button on the aspect that can be used to launch an app of your choice, and it comes with IP68 dust and water resistance scores. Unihertz claims you even can use it to movie video underwater. All in all, it’s extraordinarily succesful, with extra capability than you typically get on a phone this size and price.
Atom 4G Smartphone Price
Right now, interested consumers may purchase a unit of the Atom phone for $219 on Kickstarter, which is $80 cheaper than the retail value of the device once it starts shipping in October 2018. Moreover, the tech firm is offering a free backpack clip to consumers who also supported the Kickstarter campaign of the Jelly phone last year.