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World’s smallest mobile phone ever!

Neat, compact and very sparkly the sWap Nova Crystal is officially the world’s smallest mobile phone (the Guiness Book of Records says so). It’s around 7cm by 4cm so is pretty tiny and weighs a weeny 43 grammes. It packs a full touch screen and a USB port making it easy to connect to your PC. As it comes with no contract you’re free to use with almost any SIM card with the exception of Three Mobile.  Listen to your tunes on the MP3 player or the radio and browse photos too. sWap headphones and neck lanyard are also included to make your outfit complete.

Price £259.99 Available from www.iwantoneofthose.com

Features

Keychain loop and neck lanyard in white leather

FM radio and built-in Music Player

Includes sWaP earphones

Includes mini stylus to help with texting

Selection of 25 ringtones

User guide

Comes in a white leather presentation box

Specifications

TFT 1.76″ Colour Touch Screen Display – 176 x 132 pixels

GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz

Supports: Midi, WAV, AAC and MP3

Supports: 3GP and MPEG-4

Internal Storage: 256mb + 64mb (Used by OS)

External Memory: 2GB MicroSD Card (Expandable upto 8GB)

Built-in slide out USB Port including additional USB Cable for data transfer and charging

Bluetooth CSR V2.0 A2DP

WAP internet connection

Incorporated loudspeaker and microphone for hands free operation

Battery: 230mAh

Talk Time: 120-150 minutes

Standby Time: 82 hours

Alarm Clock: 5 Optional Ring Tones

Size

Dimensions: 6.8m x 3.8 x 1.6cm (LxWxD)

Weight: 43g (Phone) 261g (Box)

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