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Video: Microsoft shows how insanely fast you can type with new Windows Phone WordFlow tech
mobileByBrad Reedon Apr 4, 2014 at 2:44 PM Email @bwreedbgr Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google PlusShare on LinkedIn
Among the many other cool things that Microsoft showed off at its Build conference this week, one that really caught our eye was a new Windows Phone 8.1 feature called WordFlow that the company says enables faster touchscreen typing than any other smartphone platform in the world. On Friday Microsoft published a video showing its research team successfully using WordFlow to break the Guinness Book of World Records’ official mark for fastest typing on a touchscreen display by typing a 126-letter sentence on a WordFlow-equipped Nokia phone in just 18.44 seconds, breaking the old record of 20.53 seconds. Even if Microsoft’s team hadn’t broken the record, you can clearly see from the video that the new keyboard tech lets you type at an insanely fast rate, which by itself is a major feather in Windows Phone 8.1′s cap. The full video follows below.Tags:Microsoft, Windows Phone 8.1 Previous ArticlePreviousAmazon Fire TV teardown reveals a beastly set-top box TrendingU.S. wireless carriers finally have something to fear: GoogleHTC One (M8) vs. Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 5s: Guess which phone survives a 7-foot dropThank you, Google, for being so ‘evil’Most sophisticated Android malware yet has already infected millionsVideo: Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5s square off in fingerprint scanner battle5-year-old discovers huge Xbox One security vulnerabilityRelated ArticlesVideo: Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5s square off in fingerprint scanner battleLegere mercilessly mocks Sprint's 'Framily' plans5-year-old discovers huge Xbox One security vulnerabilityMost sophisticated Android malware yet has already infected millionsT-Mobile CEO pens open letter to BlackBerry fans: 'I'll always fight for you'


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