25-10-2003, 09:09 PM
After a very carefull examination of the phone I think that there is sth missing compared to the other s60 phones...
Is there any abc/pencil phone? All Nokia s60 phones have it. Siemens SX1 also has a similar key (shift key-the one beside the c key with an arrow lookin up).
So is it on the sides and we cannot see it? Is it absent and how crucial can this fact be(especially on messaging)?
25-10-2003, 09:14 PM
Just posting a photo for anyone who haven't see it...
26-10-2003, 06:46 AM
As you can clearly see, there are some buttons on the side as well. Maybe it is located there....
And there is also a shift on the *, but I don't know if that has the same function as the shift key on the SX1
26-10-2003, 11:37 PM
27-10-2003, 07:56 AM
:confused: I didn't know that there were two versions. Besides, if that's the ABC/Pencil-button, than where did the "round-with-blocks-button" go???:confused:
27-10-2003, 09:51 AM
Originally posted by Delta737
... the "round-with-blocks-button" ...
Thats the menu button and indeed, where did it go?
27-10-2003, 04:22 PM
Maybe these are just mockups, I would guess the one poseted to the forum is correct 'cos it is the one from Sendo's press release.
But the as Memphis X has noted where is the pencil button, it is quite useful I use it all the time on my N3650, it is used for changing between different t9 dictionary / triple tap modes, it also is used for selecting object/text in a list while holding it down and dragging with the D-pad. For text once selected it alows you copy/cut/paste.
It is really useful I hope that Sendo have just moved it to the side of the phone because the functionality is really useful.
As an after thought doesn't the S60 UI require a certain number of function keys as part of the licence?
28-10-2003, 10:12 AM
Originally posted by Enexat
it also is used for selecting object/text in a list while holding it down and dragging with the D-pad. For text once selected it alows you copy/cut/paste. I have no idea about where the key is on the Sendo, but thanks for that tip - I knew there had to be a way of copying / pasting, but I had yet to find it (or read the manual) :)