Posh Micro X S240 is the lightest Android smartphone

Posh Micro X S240 is the lightest Android smartphone

While most people are interested in flagship Android smartphones, there are other nice Android handsets that capture attention not with hardware specs but with other unusual features. The Posh Micro X S240 is a prime example. The device measures just 89 x 47 x 11.6 mm and weighs 52 grams, which makes it a very strong candidate for the title of the world’s lightest and smallest Android smartphone.

Being small, the Posh Micro X S240 cannot come with a large display and this is the reason why the new device sports a 2.4-inch display that works at 240 x 432 pixels. Inside the device is based on a MediaTek MT6572M processor and has 512 MB of RAM. The internal memory of the Posh Micro X S240 is 4 GB but it can be expanded through a microSD card. In addition to all this the smartphone has two cameras – the rear offers 2 MP of sensitivity, while the front one is a 0.3 MP unit. The hardware is powered by a 650 mAh battery but given the small display size, the capacity of the battery should be enough. In addition and most surprisingly, the Posh Micro X S240 supports 4G LTE.

The handset runs Android 4.4 KitKat and is available in blue, white, red and black colors. The Posh Micro X S240 costs USD 90 but it can be found for less money on the Internet.

Source: Posh Mobile

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