CNET News Poll
A large number--if not the majority--of the phones we saw at this year's CTIA trade show in Vegas featuredinstead of (or in addition to) the traditional T9 numeric keypad most phones have had for years. The and pictured are just two examples of QWERTY phones.
We think QWERTY might replace T9 entirely within just a few years. As T9 fades into memory and QWERTY becomes the default, a few things might happen. What do you expect to see?
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