The modu W, one of the world’s smallest Android smartphones, passes through the FCC
modu Ltd. makes small mobile phones. The company’s modu T device holds the Guinness Book of World Records title for the smallest touchscreen phone in the world.
Today, the company passed a new Android-powered phone called the modu W through the FCC. Although we don’t have exact measurements for the device, it appears that the modu W will rank among the smallest Android smartphones in the world.
The modu W’s user manual shows the device running what appears to be Android 1.6 – hopefully the phone will get an upgrade before it’s released. The modu W will support apps from the SlideME app store, and offer standard features like microSD card support, Bluetooth and WiFi.
No word on pricing or a release date for the device. So far modu hasn’t brought their phones to a US carrier, but today’s FCC filing suggests that we may see the modu W in the States.