sharp multi-touch demo of galaxy vs anotherGeneral


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    Yes, definitely a Desire.
     
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    larryccf Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    the point of the video is that the galaxy's multi-touch is much more accurate and responsive

    better explanation and specs at the link FuTure posted
    Samsung Galaxy S to also feature Atmel maXTouch sensors – Android and Me
     
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    The Evo and the Incredible both use that as well, I'm glad HTC seems to have learned the lesson, it's too bad they don't make every one of their capacitive touch screens with that tech. I wish we'd get an announcment on the galaxy s for the US. I'm leaning towards and Evo right now but I'd love to have the choice between that on the galaxy s on sprint. They still need to add a flash for this phone though, sammy always had flashes on their high end phones before so I don't know why they didn't put a dual flash on this phone.
     
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    Hmmn, never realised, this touchscreen is meant to support fingernail/stylus input also...
     

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