by Michael Oryl, 4 years ago
Oh the rumors, how they flow. Here’s another gem from DigiTimes, the guys in Taiwan known for some of the most rumorific of news available on smartphones. In a piece talking about Garmin’s plans to…
That’s not much to go on. But we can, of course, tell from the photos that the phone’s slide-out QWERTY keyboard sports 5 full rows of keys and some dedicated arrow keys.
The socket on the top of the device looks large enough to be a 3.5mm headphone port, and the keys that straddle the center select button, the back and home keys, look to be touch sensitive. Hard to say if that center select button is perhaps also an optical joystick or some other navigation device, but it might not be as Android devices get by pretty well just with touchscreens.
In any case, we’ll post more information when we get it. The larger photos are available after the jump.