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14th October 2012, 09:04 PM |#31  
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Wrong. Amoled phones are highly sensitive as its hardware screen is glued in together in one.

How can an LCD be more sensative than an iPhones digitizer? Get smart and come back

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How can an LCD be more sensative than an iPhones digitizer? Get smart and come back

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Or you know, don't flame someone for something they posted over a year ago (you replied to a post from May 2011).

In all cases though for this debate, the type of display does not affect the touch panel. Is the remote for TV A more responsive than the remote for TV B purely because A is LCD and B is plasma?
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Or you know, don't flame someone for something they posted over a year ago (you replied to a post from May 2011).

In all cases though for this debate, the type of display does not affect the touch panel. Is the remote for TV A more responsive than the remote for TV B purely because A is LCD and B is plasma?

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A quick test to check the size of your own bollocks in relative terms to your devices sensitivity though its capacitive ( or not ) touch screen.

If you can use your finger nail ( no skin ) then it is sensitive ( big bollocks )

If not then its not very sensitive ( little bollocks )

Just saying......

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