HTC HD2 takes a Swype at starring in video

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HTC HD2 takes a Swype at starring in video
The HTC HD2 is certainly a beast of a phone. And its reputation builds even when just over 3 weeks remain until the expected March 24th launch date at T-Mobile. Mind you, that is still just based on evidence as the carrier has yet to pass out an official release date. But we digress. We recently reported that T-Mobile's version of the HD2 would include the unique Swype typing software. Pocketnow has made a video of the HD2 using Swype and how easy typing is with the software. Of course, the size of the QWERTY keyboard on the device also helps. The video also shows off a ROM made for the phone by XDA's Laurentius that replaces all the system icons of the unit. With the Swype software expected to be on the HD2 right out of the box, is this another reason to be impatiently waiting for that magical day when you pick up your own HD2 at T-Mobile? For those who have been living under a rock or suffer from VanWinkle disease, Swype was first seen on Verizon's Omnia II and allows you to spell words with a finger that never is lifted off the phone's QWERTY keyboard. Check out the video and see for yourself.

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source: Pocketnow

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4 Comments

1. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

Swype pwns

2. herbiederb

Posts: 275; Member since: Jan 28, 2010

HD2 pwns

3. etzelryan123

Posts: 7; Member since: Jan 24, 2010

whoa this swype is awesome lol i want it on my phone does it work good ?? droid eris big red

4. chris2283

Posts: 16; Member since: Feb 28, 2010

I have swype on my moto cliq.works great it will work with any hvga android phone. Just go into google search and type how to install swypeon my g1. Goodluck!

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