Swype now available for Nokia N8 and Nokia C7

Swype now available for Nokia N8 and Nokia C7
The venerable Swype text entry method, where you quickly "draw" the word by connecting the letters onscreen, is now available to download for your Symbian^3 device. For the moment that includes only the Nokia N8 and the Nokia C7, but Nokia E7 will also benefit.

The keyboard performs pretty quick on Symbian^1 devices, and with the capacitive screens of those two, it will be supposedly even better for entering text. Text input was one of our biggest complaints towards Symbian^3, so we are thankful that the issues are being addressed, be it post-launch. Head over to the Ovi Store and check it out for yourselves, despite the fact that portrait mode support will come later on.

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source: AllAboutSymbian



6. Trx unregistered

GPU made by samsung board made by toshiba I think Amoled made samsung invenit by samsung For your information samsung made the hardwear for the iPhone and BB and some hardwear for nokia

7. shawman unregistered

it is broadcom gpu http://www.cellular-news.com/story/45888.php but the screen is from samsung.

5. tero unregistered

Nokia is an investor of Swype. Just like Samsung is.

3. GBuffs unregistered

What version of Swype is this? I like the left, right arrows above the keys. I don't have that in my Beta version.

1. Xirzo unregistered

Finally nokia admit that samsung become one of the main palyer in the game after apple! AMOLED screen and now swype and the n8 board and GPU made by samsung.So nokia when we can get a touch phone with a full multitouch like iPhone and samsung galaxy s

2. LULZ unregistered

Unsuccessful troll is....unsuccessful, LOL.

4. RVM unregistered

N8's GPU is Broadcom, not Samsung.

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