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Support Touchscreen sensitivity issues - is this normal?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lacking, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. lacking

    lacking Lurker
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    Hi.

    There are a couple of small areas on my touchscreen that seem a bit less sensitive than others. This is only noticeable when using the onscreen keyboard. The letter 'n' for example needs a bit more pressure to select than other letters. If I go around the screen pressing lightly, most other keys will select but the letter 'n' won't unless I apply slightly more pressure. Its not like it needs much more pressure or anything, only a bit. I've taken the screen protector off.

    The i5700 is my first touchscreen phone, so I'm not sure if it is normal for capacitive touchscreens to have a couple of small areas that are slightly less sensitive than other areas - maybe I'm being over paranoid? The screen seems sensitive enough when scrolling and swiping etc.

    So, do other people have similar experiences? Is it normal?
     

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  2. andrewduerden

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    Cant say I've noticed this with mine.
     

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