Last Updated: July 24th, 2011
Everyone knows that smartphones are awesome, but it’s hard to beat using a large screen and full keyboard to control a device. Developers Peter Mora and Zoltan Papp believe they have come up with a compelling compromise: Webkey, for Android. Webkey allows users with a rooted Android device to text or call contacts, view SD card contents, and more - all from a web based interface.
Webkey's interface leaves a lot to be desired, as it is more bare and utilitarian than polished and perfected.
Last Updated: November 3rd, 2010
Although the name may be reminiscent of Optimus Prime, this phone might not live up to the most powerful Autobot. Think of the Optimus T as an Android feature phone with the stats of a mid-range device.
It comes packed with the following specs:
- Android 2.2 FroYo
- 3.2 inch capacitive touchscreen
- 3.2MP Camera (no Flash - what is this, 2005?)
- Wifi (includes Mobile Hotspot Option)
The Optimus T appears to be the exact opposite of what most people are expecting to see from handset manufacturers: a starter phone.