Microsoft has announced that the latest build version of the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system will appear with an improved native keyboard.
The latest version of Microsoft's mobile-based operating system, Windows Mobile 6.5 has appeared on a whole range of mobile phones but there have been reports that the native keyboard has been less than well received. Both individual users and, according to rumours, companies such as HTC, have complained to Microsoft that improvements would be welcome, according to the Pocketnow website
Now, Microsoft has taken action with Windows Mobile 6.5 build 28002 - otherwise known as version 6.5.3 which hopes to solve problem. In addition, some observers have noted that the keyboard file itself is based on the DLL format which means that it should be possible to customise it with the right tools. This might help aggrieved Windows Mobile 6.5 users who have been unhappy to see keys such as the 'O' and 'P' placed on the bottom row of the keyboard instead of the top.
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