T-Mobile myTouch 1.2 Featuring Swype?
In just a few short days, T-Mobile is expected to release the updated version of their myTouch 3G handset. Among the notable changes in design are a 3.5mm headphone jack and more memory. A leaked internal screenshot for T-Mobile indicates a software enhancement will be joining the party too.
The folks over at TmoToday have a screenshot shows the myTouch 3G with 3.5mm headphone jack (catchy title) will also offer the unique soft keyboard, Swype. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, Swype works by dragging your finger from letter to letter, rather than pecking them. It’s rather unconventional, but we hear it’s pretty awesome.We’re not sure what kind of learning curve it has, however, it appears it could be a preferred way of typing.
It’s interesting to see something like this being bundled with a handset, but it does help differentiate it from other Android phones. At least out of the box. Swype also comes preloaded on the Samsung Omnia II.
Fun Fact: Swype was founded by the same guy (Cliff Kushler) who invented T9 texting.
Thanks for the heads up, Jim!
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