[CEATEC 2008] The Softbank 922SH is a flip-phone that can be operated closed or open. Typically, you don’t need to open it to answer a call. Just click on the “answer” (green) button while closed. The minimalist external display provides enough information to get by (messages, caller ID). When open, it has a full-QWERTY keyboard along with directional keys. The 3.5” display is VGA, which means 640 pixels wide (I’m not sure about the vertical resolution – this doesn’t look like 480 pixels). The flip design is elegant, with the hinge placed slightly backwards, and allows the QWERTY keys to have a little relief when compared to sliders like the HTC Touch Pro. This changes the tactile sensation drastically (in my opinion), making this keyboard better to use than the HTC Touch Pro’s (the size and layout of this keyboard is also better overall). The retractable antenna suggests that it can receive TV (and possibly FM radio).