Qwerty keyboards come in all shapes and sizes. Well, come to think of it they're generally much the same shape, but the number of keys and their layout can vary dramatically from handset to handset. HTC's Touch Pro 2, for example, is a pocket-straining brick with five lines of keys, while the relatively diminutive Nokia N79 Mini …
Ok, I can live with that.
Shirley all y'all could come up with something better?
Guide already out of date?
I replaced my E90 with an N900 a couple of months back. While a think I preferred the E90 keyboard, the N900 integrates seamlessly into the Linux desktop computer. ALL of the hassle of the older phone has gone, and I'm much more productive.
Nice comparison review of Qwerty smart phones
Can't beat tactile advantages of a real QWERTY keyboard, even in this (multi) touchscreen age.
A great reference for my next 'phone decision one day.
I'd never go back, especially as the keys are in a grid instead of staggered like on most touch screens. The iphone is the best for blisteringly fast typing once you stop worrying about accuracy and just type naturally. It still comes out ok.
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