Balmuda, A Company That Manufactures Household Electronics, Especially Toasters, In Japan Has Introduced Its First Smartphone.
The company claims that the Balmuda phone is quite different from other phones available in the market.
The company said that we think that now that smartphones have become too big, a beautiful and small phone has been developed keeping this in mind.
It’s a 4.9-inch display phone that is slightly larger than the 4.7-inch iPhone SE and 2mm wide, but 15mm smaller than the iPhone due to the smaller bezel.
It is 13.7 mm thick and has a single 48-megapixel camera on the back and a fingerprint sensor on the upper left corner.
On the front of the phone is an 8 megapixel selfie camera printed in a punch hole design.
In terms of other features, it is a midrange phone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 processor.
The phone has 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage while the battery is only 2500 mAh, but the company did not say anything about its battery life.
The wireless charging feature is also part of the device.
The Balmuda phone has the Android 11 operating system, but it is quite different from most Android phones.
It has an interactive home screen with several options, for example Google Maps can be opened by swiping on the lines.
A calendar, note, or calculator can be opened by swiping from one corner of the screen to the other.
The phone is being first offered for sale in Japan at a price of 920 Dollasr (over 160,000 Pakistani rupees).