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    She's a beauty. Can't wait to get my hands on her.

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    This last line is all you really need. People stop your belly aching, at least until you try it!!

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    But the word predictions don't look like how we are used to on the touch screen devices (in-letter predictions). Because 'hello' is on the left hand side rather than on the right where the next 'L' is located. The same with 'held'.

    I think I'll switch the predictions type to (in-column) on my Z10 to get used to this device beforehand.

    Posted via CB10 on my Z10STL100-1/10.3.0.700
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    Text prediction is awesome. It already realises Bla1ze is a "held" (that means hero here ).

    I wanted to make some joke about how small the visible screen is when typing symbols, but now I am just going to sit back and enjoy this sight for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycle_wala View Post
    But the word predictions don't look like how we are used to on the touch screen devices (in-letter predictions). Because 'hello' is on the left hand side rather than on the right where the next 'L' is located. The same with 'held'.

    I think I'll switch the predictions type to (in-column) on my Z10 to get used to this device beforehand.

    Posted via CB10 on my Z10STL100-1/10.3.0.700
    Was this not like how it looks like for word prediction on a Q series?
    Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jafrul View Post
    Was this not like how it looks like for word prediction on a Q series?
    Correct me if I'm wrong.

    Posted from my Astro on Z30STA100-2/10.2.1.3175
    Yup. This is how it works on the Q series devices. But since there's no swipe up to choose the words on those devices, it didn't really matter. But with this, I'm gonna have a hard time adapting coming from a Z series device.

    Posted via CB10 on my Z10STL100-1/10.3.0.700
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    Shoot. I think I just jizzed under cover here.

    Awesome update Mr Editor!

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    Bla1ze is blazing with great updates. Thanks a lot..

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    OK so only 3 words suggested! That's not as good as on a Z, but to be honest:
    I rarely use the prediction on my Z's and actually never on my Q10!

    Passport with its physical keyboard won't need word prediction either!

    Posted on CB 10 and typed on the best Keyboard ever
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    Observation: "." is both on the extended symbol list (under M) and the contextual row. But "," "!" and "?" are not on the symbol list at all. Need moar food for speculation!

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    The more I see this, the more I think it's a terrible idea.

    They've removed useful keys like ALT and SHIFT - and the only reason to remove them would be to increase screen size.

    But instead they've cluttered the usable screen page with on-screen rows, for BASIC, everyday items like commas and full-stops (periods).

    This is not good. The Q10 keyboard is hugely efficient. Switching between physical and touch screen keyboard will slow things down.
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    Look great

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    As long as the virtual keyboard can be condensed to a single virtual row, I'll be very happy. Think of this.

    Entering a type field will bring up the single virtual row. You can type your letters on the physical keyboard. Double space will enter a period. The virtual line acts as a pseudo 4th row, with commonly used symbols, like the comma. Pressing the 123!?@ button brings up that crazy looking keypad pad. But the good thing is you can press the physical keyboard to quickly enter a symbol in (as you can see the letter above).

    This seems like an actually great and convenient way to maximize keyboard button size and space. I dig it.

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    Im a little bit disappointed. cut off 1 row of keys to cover half the screen with a virtual keyboard? Moving fingers from real to virtual keyboard for each sign or special character? Isnt it destroying all the "flow" and fluidness?

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    Anyone know what kind of screen is gonna be used for this phone? I love the screen on my Z10 the LCD. So bright and vibrant. Not a huge fan of the Q10 screen kinda. Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATV_Hightower View Post
    Im a little bit disappointed. cut off 1 row of keys to cover half the screen with a virtual keyboard? Moving fingers from real to virtual keyboard for each sign or special character? Isnt it destroying all the "flow" and fluidness?
    I'm pretty sure we will NOT need to touch the screen...just push the right letter on your keyboard and the number, symbol will appear...
    Thats why you can see every letter on the virtual keyboard... check it on the z10's virtual one , you won't find the letters on the symbol keys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cfoxx View Post
    The more I see this, the more I think it's a terrible idea.

    They've removed useful keys like ALT and SHIFT - and the only reason to remove them would be to increase screen size.

    But instead they've cluttered the usable screen page with on-screen rows, for BASIC, everyday items like commas and full-stops (periods).

    This is not good. The Q10 keyboard is hugely efficient. Switching between physical and touch screen keyboard will slow things down.
    Yh I am a little concerned but still waiting to see the device in action. Hopefully still as efficient but I definitely see your concerns. Full stop and commas are very primary needs and it wouldn't make sense to make the process of using them more difficult than previously.

    Simplicity FTW
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    Yes, I like images of the keyboard and show more images from N4BB:
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubenDM View Post
    I'm pretty sure we will NOT need to touch the screen...just push the right letter on your keyboard and the number, symbol will appear...
    Thats why you can see every letter on the virtual keyboard... check it on the z10's virtual one , you won't find the letters on the symbol keys...
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATV_Hightower View Post
    Im a little bit disappointed. cut off 1 row of keys to cover half the screen with a virtual keyboard? Moving fingers from real to virtual keyboard for each sign or special character? Isnt it destroying all the "flow" and fluidness?
    I think that The keypad next to it under the length of the Passport but it's not like Z10 or Z30. If it so long as there you must " Hold and keep typing difficult", but with my arm length as small as his passport is held at the keyboard thumb, forefinger should be close to the top of the camera before, I am sure.
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    Hmm.. in my opinion, it shows too much. Well, guess there's only one way to find out how this is going to work out!
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    I want it!!! I want it!!! I wish they would release an unlocked GSM version today, I would be the first in line to buy one.
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    Brilliant!!! Remembering the old days where we press symbol key to bring up list of symbols corresponding to each letter and press a key to get it such as Q for [, W for <, E for { and so on.
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