Verizon's Samsung Omnia II Swype keyboard vs iPhone

Here’s a video showcasing the new Swype on-screen keyboard of the Verizon Omnia II versus the on-screen keyboard of the iPhone:

Swype was developed by the inventor to the T9 predictive texting used on billions of phones worldwide. As you can see in the video you no longer have to press every letter on the keyboard and just Swype your finger from one letter to another, making it faster than conventional type. Currently only available on Windows Mobile (on the Verizon Omnia 2), Swype will launch on an Android smartphone son.

Source: Techcrunch

  • MikaelBizzzz

    No doubt this is the next generation keyboard, have a look also to this product
    http://mobiletextinput.com/Product/SlideIT/Graffiti.php

  • MikaelBizzzz

    No doubt this is the next generation keyboard, have a look also to this product
    http://mobiletextinput.com/Product/SlideIT/Graffiti.php

  • Gordon

    I like this concept for a keyboard. I don’t think the vid is accurate. I can type faster than the guy on the Iphone on my virtual or hard key key board. It depends on skill so I don’t think the vid is a good example. I would love to try this keyboard.

  • Gordon

    I like this concept for a keyboard. I don’t think the vid is accurate. I can type faster than the guy on the Iphone on my virtual or hard key key board. It depends on skill so I don’t think the vid is a good example. I would love to try this keyboard.

  • admin

    I think that we can all agree that the guy on the right was really slower than average! lol

  • admin

    I think that we can all agree that the guy on the right was really slower than average! lol