By Brandon Miniman | July 5, 2010 1:36 PM
If you’ve gotten the opportunity to use a Touch Pro2 (and given that it’s on almost all major carriers right now, you probably have), you know that the keyboard that HTC designed for the device is one of the best: the keys are sized generously and have plenty of tactile feedback (but not too much), and the keys are laid out in a non-grid, ergonimic fashion.
A recent leak of a device called the HTC Vision may imply that HTC is going to finally start diversifying their Android form factors beyond the candybar, which has charactarized nearly every Android phone they’ve released except for the G1 and myTouch 3G Slide). The Vision has a slide out keyboard with four rows, plus a possible 3.7 AMOLED display and a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. This is one to watch!