The Kazam Tornado 348 doesn’t just sport the most exciting-sounding name in portable telecoms, it’s also the world’s thinnest smartphone.
Measuring a super-svelte 5.15mm at its porkiest point, the aluminium-clad, £180 handset has a Gorilla Glass AMOLED screen and is compatible with Android 4.4.
A Mediatek True8core processor and 16GB of internal memory keep all your apps and media ticking over. Kazam’s free rescue service, which connects you to an expert in the event of problems, is pre-installed and free cracked screen replacement comes as standard.
The drinks-can sized unit is powered by a Li-ion battery able to deliver around three hours of playback.
Its NV gadget is an app-controlled home automation and surveillance device with a motion sensor and camera that will enable you to keep an eye (or ear) on goings-on in your house while you are away.
Television sets must be feeling somewhat unloved of late.