Pebble-shaped Design for the Balmuda Phone, Which Has a 4.99-inch Screen

Balmuda, a Japanese company known for its high-end kitchen appliances and $300 toaster oven, has announced its first smartphone – the . A compact Android smartphone was deemed necessary by Balmuda CEO Gen Terao because most new devices are either too large or too difficult to operate with one hand, according to Terao.

An FHD+ display with 16:9 aspect ratio is on the Balmuda Phone's screen. For the 8MP selfie camera, there is a punch-hole cutout in the upper right corner of the screen. At its thickest point, the phone is 123mm tall, 69mm wide, and 13.7mm thick. Backside curvature is clearly visible, weighing 138 grams and constructed from plastic.

The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor, which is paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. A single 48MP camera, an LED flash, and a fingerprint scanner are all located on the phone's back. USB-C or Qi wireless charging are both options for charging the 2,500mAh battery.

Balmuda developed the camera, calendar, notes, and calculator apps, and the interface is a swipe-based quick toggle with a lot of gesture-based quick toggles.

Priced at JPY 104,800 ($916), Balmuda Phone comes in black or white. Pre-orders begin in Japan on November 17 and will be available for purchase on November 26 when the official release date is announced.

Balmuda Phone

Balmuda Phone

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