Israeli company develops world's smallest cellphone

Sunday, July 26, 2009 |  Israel Today Staff

Israeli company Modu has developed the world's smallest cellphone, and has given it some interesting new features.

The phone measures in at a tiny 2.83 inches by 1.47 inches and is less than 1/3 of an inch thick. It includes 2 gigabytes of internal memory, and can be fitted with "jackets" providing different functionality. For instance, Modu CEO Dov Moran explained that by fitting the phone with its "music jacket" the user will be able to store and play music tracks.

The new phone will first be marketed only in Israel, with plans to take it to Europe, South America and Southeast Asia by the middle of next year. There are currently no plans to release the phone in the US.

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