The more I use Android, the more I like it. But even the best virtual QWERTY boards in the world - HTC Hero and Apple iPhone, I'm looking at you - can't quite make me forget all about the joys of thumb typing on real buttons. Which is why I get a little gooey in the tummy when I see photos, renders, or other even semi-legit looking depictions of forthcoming Android devices that combine touchscreens with full QWERTY boards. Like this new one, the (supposedly) Verizon-bound Motorola Sholes.
3.7" touchscreen at 480 x 854 resolution? Check. Full QWERTY and D-Pad? Check. 5MP Camera? Check. EVDO Rev. A? Check. And I'm liking the black and silver styling, so long as the keyboard is decent to typing on. Now if someone tells me this think packs a 3.5mm headphone jack and WiFi, I'll be a goner for sure.