There is no mobile phone in the market, which could provide you with full QWERTY keyboard experience. Windows Mobile 7 is preparing with its gesture control function to start with the concept. However, Nokia has also jumped into the quest to harness this facility and filed a patent, which explains its intention to incorporate virtual keyboard concept in its upcoming devices. For this, a digital camera will be installed in front side of the phone, which will capture movement and position of the user’s fingers and project them on a virtual keyboard. This keyboard will be shown on the phone’s display. The phone will also feature the sensors to capture the sound or vibrations, generated as the user taps on the working surface to convert them into an input commands. That sounds cool, but still asking for some time and, of course, more money.