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General warning to those coming from resistive screen

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by waynester, May 2, 2010.

  1. waynester

    waynester Android Enthusiast
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    Wow I was deff not prepared for the change in screens .
    I am coming from an sammy Omnia. The Omnia is a resistive touch screen, and you can add very resistive at times.
    needless to say the "back" button is being well used.
    It is very easy for me to select an item or call someone by mistake due to the speed and sensitivity of the phone.
    I am learning and getting better , but I still find myself pressing hard at times, and need to stop the lazy finger technique of entering choices.
     

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  2. Shotgunx1x

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    I came from the Omnia (i910) as well. Its like the screens on the Omnia were not even made to use with the finger, but rather the stylus. The touch screen on the Incredible is night and day from the Omnia.
     
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    Resistive screens are horrible.
     
  4. Reddog80p

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    The resistive screen on my HTC Vogue was decent.
     

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