Small smartphone enthusiasts are starting to develop high definition Android smartphones under 6 inches[Ffôn Android Bach]

Developer Eric Migikowski, who founded Pebble, an early smartwatch maker that preceded the Apple Watch, has started a project to develop a small smartphone.

Once a fan of the Xperia Compact series, it has also gathered people interested in small smartphones. Then, we formed a development team for the Android smartphone “Small Android Phone”, which is less than 6 inches like the iPhone mini series and has specifications above the mid-range.

The team includes many ex-Pebble members, and it appears they continue to discuss the concept on Discord.

It has released some of its ideal specifications, according to which the Mini iPhone 13 size design with a display of less than 6 inches, excellent camera performance, genuine Android, etc.

The SoC seems to assume Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Snapdragon 7 series.

You might be thinking, “Why not Zenfone 9!” That’s okay. There is exactly something close to the Zenfone 9 concept.

The Zenfone 9 is a great 5.9-inch device reviewed below.

ASUS’ new high-spec compact smartphone, Zenfone 9, was quite the best

This time, we will review the new compact smartphone “Zenfone 9” released by ASUS the other day. This is a compact 5.9 inch …

However, there is a lot of information that the next model of Zenfone will adopt a screen larger than 6 inches, and it is not known if it will remain a premium compact terminal.

If the project goes well, crowdfunding will begin. I’m looking forward to it.

Source 1 (The Verge), Source 2 (Small Android Phone)

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