Coming in at featherweight 13 grams, the Tiny T1 has a miniscule 12.5mm 64 x 32 pixels OLED display and a diminutive dimensions of 46.7mm x 21mm x 12mm. OK, try not to sneeze when you are holding this peanut.
Into this tiny wonder, Zanco has managed to jam in a Nano SIM card slot, a fully functional keyboard, a micro USB charging port and enough memory space for 300 phonebook contacts, 50 SMS messages and the last 50 in/out numbers. The Tiny T1 comes with a 200mAh battery that will probably give you around 180 minutes of talk time or 3 days of standby mode.
Unfortunately, the Tiny T1 is not powered by any operating system so what it can do is even more limited than FutureModel’s NichePhone-S (that runs on Android 4.2) This phone is truly a basic call and SMS only device, plus it can only do those two things over the 2G network. With that said, before you get the Tiny T1 you better make sure that 2G is still supported in your neck of the woods as it is being slowly phased out around the world. Bummer.
Again, just like the NichePhone-S, the Tiny T1 is great as a secondary phone or an emergency communication device but it does little else other than that. We reckon most people would get this for the novelty of it and it is currently on pre-order on Kickstarter for £35 (RM190) We applaud Zanco for coming up with the Tiny T1 as it is surely an interesting alternative in a world of similar looking smartphones.