The Verizon Wireless model of the Samsung Omnia II will feature the Swype on-screen keyboard technology, which will allow users to swipe their fingers across letters on the keyboard to spell our words, rather than pecking at the keyboard and lifting their fingers after every key press.

Swype is said to be launching also on Android soon.

(via: MobileTechWorld)

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