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BlackBerry Mobile studied the clickiness of the Bold 9900 for the KEY2’s physical QWERTY

BlackBerry Mobile introduced the BlackBerry KEY2 today, and the sequel includes a physical QWERTY keyboard that has keys 20% larger than the ones found on the KEYone. The TCL division payed close attention to detail when designing the phone, even taking the time to study the “clickiness” of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 in order to enhance the sound created when typing. For many BlackBerry users, that clicking sound is feedback that allows the user to know that he/she is depressing just one key at a time. If something sounds amiss, it warns the user to check the screen for a typing miscue.
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