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How on earth do you type anything on the slide out keyboard, the buttons are so tiny and the thumbs are so big?
my wife had an LG Alley with a slider and I HATED the keyboard. I had a Droid 2 with a slider and LUVED it. The keys are small, but if you have gamer thumbs, the callus that forms there is just the perfect size. Now I have a Razr M, even though I just got it yesterday, I already miss my Droid 2 keyboard.
 


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Before I got my s3 I hated the keyboard on my phone. The s3 is better but I still had trouble. I'm not the best at typing on touch screens but I downloaded a new keyboard ap called SwiftKey and I love it. Makes typing a lot easier and the spelling corrections are more accurate.
 

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I have Droid (1st) and it's just ok, but I hate its kybd and its stupid slide-to-answer. Note2 phabet is way too HUGE for me. SG3 is nicer size but still too big & I'm told it drains battery fast. HTC DNA is fast as Note2 (both have quad CPU) and is better sized than N2, and my fat fingers can easily text on its bigger on-screen keyboard. So FWIW, I'm leaning towards N2, from Verizon, despite its non-replaceable battery. Blackberry is coming out end of Jan.
 

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