Re: Is the Qwerty keypad the only keypad on the Samsung...
Hi!It does have a key pad on the screen. It's like a touch screen QWERTY.Below your screen when you make a new message, at the middle beside "menu", there's an icon. Click the icon with your stylus. You can choose whether you want block recognizer, keyboard, letter recognizer, or transcriber.There's a software out there that can be installed that will give you a virtual keyboard much like your typical mobile phone set-up.Haven't tried it yet though. But worth a look. It has been tested for HTC.See here for more info:http://www.slashphone.com/htc-diamond-keyboard-extracted-for-your-windows-mobile-device-13467
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hi if you hold the phone in front of you in upright position so the ear part is at the top on the bottom of the phone is at the bottom pointing downwards then all you need to do is rotate the phone anit clockwise so the ear piece is pointing to your left and the speaker facing the right you need to hold the phone upright though if its flat like is lying down then it wont change to qwerty keyboard it needs to be like, say you have a photo on a shelf but the photo is on its side in landscape view thats how u need to hold the phone, if the back of the phone is facing the floor it wont change to qwerty so the back cover of the phone needs to be facing away from you but not facing down and the screen is facing you and not facing the roof.
its hard to explain but you will get it i think, if you have any problems give me a shout back ok
having used a touch screen myself it is something you get used to pretty quickly. The samsungs have what they call Haptics which means as you touch the screen the phone gives off a small vibration to let you know you have hit a button function. It sounds weird but actually works well as your brain acknowledges an equivalent button press. I would suggest going to shop and asking for a demonstration of one and see for yourself. Hope that helps?