sWaP NOVA will finally arrive this October

The sWaP NOVA keychain phone which we looked at in April earlier this year will finally hit the UK market this October, and is touted to be the smallest smartphone in the world at the moment. Surely no other handset can combat its 68.5mm x 38mm x 16.2mm size, while the 43 grams of weight will surely make you wonder whether you’re carrying the phone in your pocket or not? Not too sure why they would include a touchscreen display at that size, but at least there is a stylus for you to navigate through its 1.76-inch display. Battery life isn’t much either, featuring just 82 hours of standby time and 150 minutes of talk time. Good thing it can be charged via USB thanks to an integrated USB connector, and you can still browse the Web via WAP albeit without benefitting from the presence of a full browser. Other features include an integrated FM radio, a built-in MP3 player. Bluetooth connectivity, a microSD memory card slot and quad-band GSM. Expect the standard edition of the sWaP NOVA to retail for £199.99 with the high end Special Edition going for £299.99.

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