On the off chance that you’ve been interested with respect to what Instagram may look like on an e-paper screen and happen to live in Japan, the Kyocera Card Keitai KY-O1L may be of interest. Kyocera has come up with a device that it’s billing as the “thinnest smartphone in the world.” It’s called the KY-O1L, and it’s built specifically to fit inside a business card holder. For that, the phone has been given the nickname of the “card phone.”
It’s a companion gadget that should be a sidekick to a beefier cell phone. The KY-O1L is tiny – not all that considerably bigger than a Mastercard. It’s around 9 centimeters tall, 5 centimeters wide, 5 millimeters thick and weighs in at a minuscule 47 grams.
It has a reserve time of 100 hours and a constant talk time of 110 minutes. Powering it all is a 380mAh battery, which should be more than enough for a phone with an e-paper display.
Kyocera’s declaration comes that seven day stretch of Palm’s re-entrance into the US mobile space with its own partner gadget. Yet, it ought to be noticed that these sorts of modest telephone adornments are not totally remarkable in Japan.
The gadget itself can do essential telephone undertakings, similar to make calls, to send messages, and has VoLTE and WiFi to peruse the web, on the off chance that you truly need to attempt that on an e-paper display. While it doesn’t have a camera, it has Bluetooth and is water safe at an IPX 2 rating, which can shield it from a couple of drops of water.
The KY-O1L is relied upon to dispatch in Japan at some point one month from now for 32,000 yen, or $280.
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