The Japanese company NTT Docomo will launch the next month of November the thinnest and lightest smartphone in the world, the size of a credit card, and 47 grams of weight. Despite this, its cost will be 32,000 yen, around 250 euros.
The smartphone manufactured by the Japanese firm Kyocera and baptized as model KY-01L, is designed for those who only need to make calls, review short text messages and, occasionally, surf the web. You will not have a camera or you can download mobile applications.
The phone has a 2.8-inch screen and does not have a connector for camera or headphones. Made by Kyocera Corp, it weighs only 47 grams and is 5.3 millimeters thick. The iPhone XS, by comparison, weighs 177 grams.
"Many users choose to watch videos and play video games on their smartphones so manufacturers create devices with the largest screens every time. But there are people who want simpler phones, easier to carry, said NTT Docomo president Kazuhiro Yoshizawa during a press conference.