1. pharmvol's Avatar
    on the 9630? Are the keys too close i.e. causing mis-dialing?

    Thanks,
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    05-23-09 08:32 PM
  2. benzworm's Avatar
    id assume its great, since the keyboard is like the bold or the 8800
    05-23-09 08:34 PM
  3. noaim's Avatar
    many people have stated that the keyboard is awesome on the 9630

    however coming from a regular dialer phone it might be awkward for you at first.
    05-23-09 08:39 PM
  4. esalonia's Avatar
    id assume its great, since the keyboard is like the bold or the 8800
    Agreed.

    OP, if you want to see what it is like, just go to a store and try on one of those devices, it looks very similar.
    05-23-09 08:39 PM
  5. benzworm's Avatar
    many people have stated that the keyboard is awesome on the 9630

    however coming from a regular dialer phone it might be awkward for you at first.

    correct, coming from a standard dialer can be a bit of a challenge at first
    05-23-09 08:42 PM
  6. blackmannx's Avatar
    The Keyboard is quite easy to dial on.. if you have ever used a Treo or similar qwerty phone you should be fine. I tend to use the speed dial but that's because Im lazy and only call 5 people anyway.
    05-24-09 07:50 AM
  7. Xopher's Avatar
    I dial quickly on my 8830 all the time. It did take a little getting used to (coming from a RAZR), but that didn't take long at all. I'm sure the 9630 will be very similar to dialing on the 8830 or Bold.
    05-24-09 09:10 AM
  8. Crucial_Xtreme's Avatar
    The Keyboard is quite easy to dial on.. if you have ever used a Treo or similar qwerty phone you should be fine. I tend to use the speed dial but that's because Im lazy and only call 5 people anyway.
    Agreed. The keyboard is a replica of the 9000's keys, and those are heaven to type on. I have no problems typing or dialing numbers on my 9630.
    05-24-09 09:13 AM
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