Research In Motion has developed a Qwerty keyboard for usage in traditional mobile phones.|
The BlackBerry 7100 handsets are among the first cell phones to feature the SureType technology with large, "optimal placed" keys that allow one-handed or two-handed operation
Each key has a maximum of two letters and the letters are aligned in a standard Qwerty layout.
The keyboard works in conjunction with a real-time software system that incorporates a large word database (about 35,000 words initially plus the user's address book), "linguistic intelligence and advanced learning capabilities to automatically interpret keystrokes and recognize words with a high degree of accuracy," says Canada's RIM.
The keyboard also has a prominent numerical phone keypad for one-handed phone dialing, and dedicated 'send' and 'end' phone keys are included as well.
Source: P2P Net