Does the Droid X have an oleo-phobic screen?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kcs7272, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. kcs7272

    kcs7272 Well-Known Member
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    Does the X have an oleo-phobic screen coating? I must say it wipes down really easy. I thought I read somewhere pre-release that it did. If you know, let me know! :)
     

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  2. Phoenix Zero

    Phoenix Zero Well-Known Member
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    Oleo-phobic as in it resists oils? If so, yeah, it looks like it. My fingers aren't that greasy but my screen looks pretty clean other than very light fingerprints. I have a microfiber cloth around to wipe it down occasionally to keep dust from sticking to the oils and scratching the screen.
     
  3. deftdrummer

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    I wipe mine occasionally as well, but it appears to be made out of the same screen material as the original Droid.
     
  4. butthead007

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    I don't think so. That would have been a feature listed in the launch kit and it wasn't so i would say no.
     
  5. irishpride

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    I've had my fair share of smartphones and none have been as fingerprint resistant as the DX, coming from the Inc, it's night and day. The Inc was a fingerprint magnet, I was constantly wiping it down, but not the DX. Even if it doesn't have an oleo-phobic screen coating, it seems like it has something preventing all the dust, grease and fingerprints from covering the screen.
     

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