Robot VS Touchscreen – which smartphone touchscreen is the best?

Which smartphone touchscreen is the best? Google Nexus One, iPhone, HTC Droid Eris, Motorola Droid, Palm Pre, Blackberry Storm 2? You could ask all of your friends, ask google, go to fortune-teller and still can’t find the right answer. Better check out what guys from Moto Labs has done in its labs to find out which touchscreen is more “screen” than “touch” !

The Results:

If you can trust the three Laws of Robotics, and more accurately the second:

“A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.”…

then the winner is …iPhone followed by Google Nexus. Cheers!

“Right now, capacitive touchscreens are a relatively new feature to appear in consumer electronics products. And as we’ve pointed out several times before, creating a seamless touchscreen experience is hard work that requires a high level of commitment to technology integration and interdisciplinary teamwork. Over time more brand-name manufacturers will acquire the expertise required to deliver excellent touchscreen products.”

DIY Touchscreen Analysis



Source: DVICE, Moto

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