by J. Angelo Racoma, 2 months ago
Well, this is awkward. While most companies today are “dogfooding” — that is, they’re forcing all their employees to use their own products — we hardly hear of a top executive pining for a competitor’s…
Well, that didn’t take long. Some kind soul has put together a YouTube video demonstrating what appears to be the on-screen virtual keyboard that was promised by the Cupcake update to Android.
There’s no real sound in the video, and no indication as to whether or not the phone is providing any sort of vibration feedback when the keys are pressed, but it’s still worth watching. It’s brief, you can spare the time.
The video was just posted a few days ago, but the date on the phone’s lock screen is October 19th, 2008. Read into that what you will.
You can see the video for yourself before the jump.