Review: Posh Mobile Micro X S240 Is The World’s Smallest Android Phone

The hunger for phones with large screens is getting more widespread but that doesn’t mean there’s isn’t still a very small market for devices with small displays.Apple released the iPhone SE with a 4-inch display at a time when even a standard 4.7-inch screen is considered tiny. Talk about small screens, a brand called Posh Mobile is taking it to a whole new level with the release of what could possibly be the smallest Android phone in the world right now, Posh Mobile Micro X S240. This is what it looks like when placed on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5:
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You don’t expect a 2.4-inch device to pack monster specs. This is a cheap (but not so cheap) Android phone with 512MB RAM. The device has 4GB internal memory and it has a MediaTek 1.0GHz octa-core processor onboard. Posh Mobile Micro X S240 has a 2MP rear camera and there’s a VGA camera at the front for selfies. There’s a 650mAh battery which is enough to power the small device.

The Micro X S240 isn’t the phone you would want to load with lots of apps since you’re limited to just 4GB internal storage but it supports micro-SD up to 32GB.

Typing on the phone looks like a real challenge but then, there might be a specific group this device is targeted at. It would fit a 6 year old.

The phone costs $89.99 on the official website but considering what you’re getting with what Chinese phones selling at the same price has to offer, it may be a little bit overpriced. However, you can get it for only $52 on Amazon.
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