General Capacitive or Resistive???

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Karganeth, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. Karganeth

    Karganeth Active Member
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    I am very interested in buying the Pulse but I've read reports of the screen being capacitive and other reports saying its resistive. Can someone who owns the phone settle this for me?

    Also, with regards to android on the Pulse (on T-Mobile in the UK), to my understanding it runs android 1.5 with no UI on top. Will there be a free upgrade to either 1.6 or 2.0? Is there alerady an upgrade to 1.6? Any information about this will help, thanks.
     

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  2. Carl C

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  3. meegaha

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    As Carl said, its capacitive. Finger friendly with no stylus in sight!

    Re: the Android version, I can confirm it's 1.5 and as far as I know there is no upgrade available. Will have to wait and see how good Huawei is on this front.
     
  4. Karganeth

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    Those specs aren't accurate. It has a 3.2MP camera, not a 5MP camera. That site can't be trusted!
     
  5. Carl C

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    I'm just passing on the link T-mobile gave me :)

    I've reported the Camera spec anyway so hopefully it will get changed shortly
     

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