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Is nexus one screen issues fixed with 2.2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by motionxxusxx, May 22, 2010.

  1. motionxxusxx

    motionxxusxx Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Are the multi touch and phantom touch issues fixed with 2.2. I'm thinking about buying a nexus one. I'm assuming we will find out shortly.


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  2. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Extreme Android User

    keep your eyes peeled to see when the update hits, for right now nothing is confirmed. there for answering your question would be impossible
  3. Karolis

    Karolis Member

    I have froyo and as far as I can tell, the inverted axis problem is still here.
  4. crabman

    crabman Well-Known Member

    Still there but its improved. You have to work at it to get a flip and in normal pinch zooming and other typical gui inputs it pretty much works without drama. Basically before where you had to be careful to avoid crossing axis now it seldom happens without trying to work around it. This could just be with my style of using the screen but others are reporting a similar view. Not fixed but better.
  5. motionxxusxx

    motionxxusxx Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    That's unfortunate. If I'm going to spend over 500 dollars this may be a deal breaker. This kills the nexus one as a gaming phone.
  6. tamanaco

    tamanaco Member

    How about the issue with the menu buttons not responding unless one presses just above them to get a response... is this fixed with Froyo?
  7. Karganeth

    Karganeth Newbie

    It definitely does not. I have not ever noticed any issues with touching the screen and I play many games. The only problem I have with the screen is that it is not great in sunlight.
  8. noisemonkey

    noisemonkey Newbie

    It's fine if you use the brightness level app to max out the brightness though. Screen does seem a bit smoother with 2.2
  9. thebighurt

    thebighurt Lurker

    The Samsung Galaxy S may be the phone your looking for. They claim it can push around 90 Million Triangles per second and plus has a super AMOLED screen which is exquisite. This is the only android phone I've been drooling over since I got my n1.

    Samsung's Galaxy S has four times the polygon power of Snapdragon -- Engadget
  10. gerryk

    gerryk Newbie

    It seems to be a lot better. In fact, I have had a few un-responsive button presses, because I was pressing them too far above, as I had been used to on 2.1
  11. mudrock1000

    mudrock1000 Android Enthusiast

    To be honest it's not the screen that kills gaming, it's the devs that kill gaming. What I mean is that there really are no multi touch games rolling out there.

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The Nexus One release date was January 2010. Features and Specs include a 1400mAh battery, 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, and Snapdragon S1 processor.

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