official photo gotta 3.0MP camera
live photo - 3.2MP
for input resistive is much faster epically for on screen Qwerty with a stylus, this is why WinMo is still alive
while capacitive does have a better flow and seemly better accuracy for multi touch
resistive screens are also capable of multi touch, if the software can work with it however its not as flowing as Capacitive
in the end its the user that has to decide until the come up with some hybrid of both
Leif, 06 Jul 2009Resistive touch = Fail.
Why bother releasing a resistive touchscreen phone these days? Durab... moreI beg to differ
Capacitive touchs do not
allow precise & rapid stylus inputs
function in cold enviroments where gloves are required
Not clear to me which technology is best. maybe the best solution hasn't arrived at the market place yet.
My personal experience with touchcreens has the palm T5 & HTC advantage resistive touchscreens outperforming an apple iPhone 3G and apple ipod touch capacitive touchscreens. The finger based input just didn't perform as well as a stylus with a good quality screen.
Does anyone know which phone has better reception quality (signal strength), Samsung S5230 or LG Cookie?
soo many darny diddly doodly touch screen phones am losing the plot! Keep it rolling! the more choice available the better!
Samsung and LG are releasing sooo many touch screen phones, i lost track of what made them so special :/
Resistive touch = Fail.
Why bother releasing a resistive touchscreen phone these days? Durable, solid-state, Capacitive technology is the clear winner in handhelds. Aside from dispensing with styli, cap screens don't activate in the pocket, have greater scratch resistance, don't wear out over time, and support multi-touch, all while offering superior optical clarity.
Need a stylus? Get a Pogo
there is aliens in the first picture..!