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The first thing that comes in mind about the smartphone is its multi-tasking capacity and being smart enough to manage all your task. But, smartphones are now made their appearance in the Guinness Book of World record.
We came up with a list of smartphones that entered the Guinness World record for being artful and of-course, beating previous record. Have a look at the slider below.
LG gathered around 2500 people to take selfie with its latest LG G4 smartphone in Mexico city. The smartphone entered the Guinness Book of World records for the most selfie taken with single smartphone.
The smartphone took 746 selfies over two hours, taking a photo every 10 seconds on an average and beating the previous record. The previous record was set in the U.S. by Samsung, taking 531 selfies with Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5. Interestingly, the LG G4 managed to take selfie without needing a recharge or battery swap.
Gionee Elife S 5.1 has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's slimmest smartphone. It measures just 5.31mm at its widest point, making it over a millimeter slimmer than the 6.9mm Apple iPhone 6.
The Oppo crushed the Gionee's title of world's thinnest smartphone record. The Oppo R5 measuring a mere 4.85mm surpasses the Guinness World Record title from Gionee Elife S 5.1.
The largest animated mobile phone mosaic consists of 400 HTC One smartphones. The smartphones were used in the mosaic were all HTC One handsets played a minute long advert for China Unicom's 3G services on loop.
At the moment, we see smartphone with octa-core and deca-core under the hood. But, back in 2011, the dual-core smartphones were considered as state-of-the-art. the LG Optimus 2X is the first mobile to use a dual-core processor and made its entry in the Guinness World record.