Rob. S. 1,500 Posted December 22, 2019 Share Posted December 22, 2019 (edited) Phone keyboard layouts always have been different from a PC keyboard layout... Their usage always has to be learned... And, as @Zamasu correctly mentioned, even an identical layout would imply a completely different usage if only for the use of your thumbs... I especially fail to see, by the way, how a tiny BlackBerry keyboard layout could be better than a full five-row layout like the Pro1's – except if all someone would ever want to type were letters. No numbers, no symbols... Besides, I used to have a PRIV and I really liked the mechanical construction of the keyboard, while my most significant problem with it was that some of my most important text input use cases just don't work properly with a handset screen in portrait mode. And I can hardly imagine something more awkward than having to type on a portrait-orientation keyboard while holding the phone in landscape orientation! Still – in the end it all is a matter of taste and personal preference, I guess. And I'll only know how I will get along with the Pro1 keyboard when I get it... Edited December 22, 2019 by Rob. S. 4 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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