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  1. Sounds good, looks like I'm getting QWERTY then. I guess I won't bother them with an email.
  2. Here is a thread hoping to collect opinions on what a possible AZERTY layout should look like on the Pro1. Attached is a picture of my faithful Nokia E7 AZERTY. Basically on an AZERTY keyboard, beyond the basic layout changes, one expects the following characters to be readily available: é è ç à Optionally: ê On top of that there is an extra modifier key enabling the following characters: ê ô â ë ä ö ï ü ... and so on. On a standard AZERTY keyboard this is done by making digit keys available through shift modifier.
  3. I've pre-ordered back in February and since paid the invoice. There was no option to select QWERTY or QWERTZ. I'm concerned I'm going to get QWERTZ since mine is shipping to Germany. Ideally I would like to get AZERTY, however since this is not happening I would settle for QWERTY.
  4. Surely DUAL SIM support is baked in stock Android. I doubt fxtec has the resources to implement that themselves.
  5. > Are You pretty sure, that Your case was a genuine Nokia product? Pretty sure, it was good though until that bit broke. Nevertheless it feels cheap next to the PDair all leather case but its low profile was definitely a plus.
  6. I too was a flat screen purist until I saw a Samsung S7 Edge and decided to get one for myself, which I'm still using. I think it brings just the right amount of bling without getting in the way. Though the fact that you may have to push directly on the screen, to open and close it, is a genuine usability and solidity concern. I would just be happy with a flat screen as long as it is AMOLED. However I'm guessing the panel they are using for the Pro1 is just off-the-shelf standard component these days. It could be that a similar flat screen would be more expensive and harder to source.
  7. @EskeRahn You can optionally fold back the cover under the base when you put the phone on a table. It's called a bookcase because it opens like a book, so the screen cover should open on the side of the keyboard. Here is how you do it: - Pickup your phone - Open the bookcase while rotating - Snap up the screen revealing the keyboard - Type happily When holding your phone in landscape the cover is naturally being held in place between your palms while you type with your thumbs. When sitting at a table you either fold the cover under the base or leave it before the keyboard where it doubles up as palm rest.
  8. @MichalTUR I had that official Nokia E7 case for a while but the small plastic bit for closing it broke pretty fast. The PDair all leather case was similar but a lot more sturdy and classy albeit thicker. What we want really is a mix of the Nokia E7 PDair and Leicke Manna for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. See links in Tweets above.
  9. My take a on a proper leather case for landscape qwerty:
  10. Not sure how you could miss as on my phone it keeps spamming me with that subscribe popup. Ought to be fixed...
  11. It would indeed be great it was serviceable. If the keyboard could be replaced you could upgrade to desired layout once regional variants are available.
  12. Awesome! Snaps just like my retired E7. Thanks for sharing.
  13. I sure hope the initial qwerty will support international characters one way or another. It looks like they have plenty enough modifiers keys.
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