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When Android came along and smartphones truly began to take off, handsets with QWERTY keyboards did very well for Sprint. All the research told Sprint that it was on the right track, that physical keyboards were a differentiator that would help the carrier sell phones.
And for a time, it seemed like that typing experience would actually drive future purchases. For the past several years, buying a smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard has meant settling for less than the latest and greatest technology on the market. And that's where you run into trouble with physical keyboards, according to Motorola's Rick Osterloh. Still, all of this assumes that smartphone buyers would actually rather have a top-tier smartphone with a large HD screen instead of a top-tier smartphone with a smaller screen and a keyboard.
Is the QWERTY so incredibly niche that manufacturers are willing to let BlackBerry have that market unchallenged?
If any company were to try QWERTY again, Samsung would seem to be the most likely candidate. If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead. When Sprint conducted surveys, it found that 70 to 80 percent of respondents with side-sliding physical QWERTY keyboards reported that it was easy to type words and letters.


When Sprint asked customers whether they'd buy a physical keyboard the next time around — not so long ago — 75 percent of existing QWERTY users said they would.
The Taiwanese company built a good part of its reputation on QWERTY handsets — before it decided to put all its eggs into one iconic basket. The HTC One series was the company’s attempt to make its products a little more iconic, a little more like Samsung's successful Galaxy line. If a picture tells a thousand words, how many can you convey with a Vine or a YouTube clip? When my Droid 4 launched in February 2012, it had already been completely outspecced and outclassed by devices with better screens.
Would manufacturers and carriers consider building an iconic phone with top-of-the-line specs, a nice HD screen, and a physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from underneath?
One anonymous industry insider hints that BlackBerry's misfortunes might actually be part of the problem. Though some have accused the Korean manufacturer of copying competitors, the company has also shown that it's willing to go to substantial lengths to make its smartphones appear bigger and bolder than the competition. If your phone number does not program automatically, you will need to manually enter information to complete programming. Even one quarter of iPhone users, and 30 percent of Galaxy Note II users, said they'd prefer a physical QWERTY keyboard on their next smartphone. He believes the reason that QWERTY phones stopped selling has little to do with large screens and everything to do with a trend towards "iconic" handsets: flagship devices which boast fancy designs and giant advertising campaigns. After years of manufacturing tiny Windows Mobile typing machines, HTC built the very first Android smartphone, the T-Mobile G1. The announcement came with bad news for keyboard fans, though: HTC designer Claude Zellweger explained that the firm was moving away from QWERTY as a whole.


Arguably, there hasn't been a top-tier smartphone with a physical keyboard since the Samsung Epic 4G set a new high bar for Android devices in August, 2010.
It was Samsung that pushed screen sizes to a crazy 6.3 inches, and Samsung who successfully brought the stylus back from the dead.
I’d like it more if the screen was a little larger, looks a little too small as it is. The carriers had decided to treat QWERTY sliders as messaging phones for teens rather than tools of the elite, and adjusted their asks and advertising respectively. And yet, as screens got wider, they became harder to hold, so manufacturers made them thinner to compensate.
Now that the company already has a screen size for every pocket and purse, perhaps the company could use its marketing prowess to push the physical keyboard once more. However those cellphones are considered a second-class citizen, bringing average (or old) features. And it's not like I can just go out and upgrade, even if I had the cash: there isn't a single desirable smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard on the horizon. Over the last few months, Motorola announced the Moto X, the Droid Ultra, the Droid Maxx, and the Droid Mini, but there was no Droid 5 to be had.



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