By Joe Levi | July 2, 2010 3:30 PM
Thanks to the skilled hackers over at XDA-Developers.com, Nexus One owners can use the Droid X’s keyboard on their phones, too!
What’s so impressive about the Droid X’s keyboard? It offers full multi-touch capabilities that are different from other “multi-touch” keyboards currently available. The Droid X’s lets you hold down shift key and press a letter to make a capital, which mimics the behavior of regular keyboards.
A few things to note, the ampersand character isn’t rendering right, there isn’t a “vibrate on keypress” option, and voice input doesn’t work (plus a few other bugs on Eclair), but progress it being made.
If you’d like to see what’s impressed Brandon, why not give it a try? The link to the .APK is available here.