The line between iPad and iPhone has long been one that is being blurred with each new advancement in iPhone model. Under a climate of quasi-tablet phones, emerges the Jelly a mini-sized phone with full Android 7.0 Nougat functionality.

According to Mashable, Jelly is the smallest phone of it’s kind. Compared to the 4.7-inch Iphone 7, Jelly sizes up at a miniscule 2.45 inch screen. But don’t think that Unihertz made any sacrifices of power for the smaller stature.

The phone comes in white, blue and black, and has the same features of any regular sized Android device. You can even access the Google Play store and download features onto the bite-sized phone. As for the specs that haven’t been shorted, the phone has a 1.1 GHz processor, up to 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and two nano-SIM cards. The primary claim to fame for those who are “charger-beggars”, is the extended battery life. Unihertz claims a three-day charge will hold true with “average usage,” which probably means using it a lot in our digital obsessed age.

The iPhone 7 advertises a 1-1.5 day charge, but everyone knows its actually about seven to nine hours, at best. On their Kickstarter page, the niche market Unihertz sees is those people who need phones “anywhere that a large, expensive and delicate smartphone is impractical — good while traveling, working out, or for kids.”

Apparently the phone will cost around $109 if no Kickstarter shenanigans occur. If it’s a success, there is only one thing to say.

Apple would be mad Jelly.