Palm Companion Device
I feel like 2019 is the year that small screen Android phones make a comeback. Maybe I'm wrong though.
Remember that old company PALM... they think so too. And in late 2018 released the Palm Companion Phone. This little Android device packs a 3.3-inch screen, it's roughly the size of a credit card, lasts all day, and does most of the things your regular phone does. It's not a phone though.
The Palm Companion device syncs to your Android or iPhone, which you can then leave in your bag or pocket, and will let you make calls, send texts, run Android apps or take photos with the 12MP camera on a smaller device. Perfect for those traveling, on vacation, or if you're just getting sick of that huge phone.
It's a novel idea, but we're not sure how many people will actually use it. It's like an extension of your phone, similar to a smartwatch, only a small credit-card sized "phone". The few people I've talked to absolutely love it. It's not a phone though, and you must pair it to an actual smartphone.
Buy it Now at Verizon for $350 or $14 a month
Then, a few honorary mentions go out to older phones or devices that aren't typically sold in the United States. Some of these include the HTC A9, OnePlus X, Xiaomi Mi 5 Mini, or the Redmi 6. In closing, consider the LG G7. It comes with a 6.1-inch screen but with tiny bezels. As a result, you'll enjoy a big screen and great experience without holding a massive phone.
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