The Samsung Captivate for AT&T comes with a plethora of keyboard options as we demonstrate in this video. First we have the stock Android keyboard, which you may know from the Nexus One. Second, Swype is included, and those of you that use Swype know that with some practice, it’s one of the fastest text input methods available. And finally, we have several keyboards direct from Samsung: one is a standard QWERTY, one is a T9-style, and two final options allow you to do handwriting recognition (which isn’t easy without a stylus, but perhaps useful for character-based languages). It’s nice to see so much choice on the Captivate!
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