Now that we have a better idea as to when the highly anticipated HTC HD2 will debut, it looks like Magenta’s version of the HD2 just keeps getting better and better. First we get that extra memory boost (which hints toward a Windows Mobile 7 update in the future), and now it looks like the T-Mobile branded HD2 will have support for
curing cancer Swype. Swype was created by the inventor of the T9 predictive typing system used on most phones today because he felt that new text input methods for small touchscreens are sorely needed. Swype provides a faster and easier way to input text on any screen. With one continuous finger or stylus motion across the screen keyboard, the technology enables users to input words faster and easier than other data input methods—at over 50 words per minute. Maybe this will get the few of you that won’t settle for any device without a physical keyboard, to purchase the HTC HD2? Especially since it’s being said that this version is “slightly more accurate and looks much more polished than the original.”
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