Originally Posted by Scootmien
I think it's just having to be accurate. I've noticed that I only get non-responsive buttons when I am too fast with the tap and hence inaccurate.
While at a T-MOBILE store yesterday,I tried out a NEXUS 4 & found this to be the case as well.It was responsive,but,the footprint was a bit on the small side.
I have to admit,I wasn't a huge fan of the phone,but,an up-close demonstration had me looking at it in a different light.If the ONE wasn't coming out,I'd probably got it right then & there,even w/o LTE on board.
Originally Posted by Shocket
Even being accurate I still find them unresponsive and annoying , I hope there's a software fix in the pipeline
I've even noticed this in some of the video reviews floating around.However,most of these were pre-production models & can't be seen as a true reflection of what to expect from your phone.
As the others have mentioned,don't hesitate to contact HTC.Given the chance,I'm sure they'll make things right w/you.That's been my experience w/other manufacturers,notably MOTOROLA.