Verizon’s HTC Droid Incredible Vs Nexus One: Multitouch compared

By Alan Ng - Apr 21, 2010

For those of you planning to pick up the HTC Droid Incredible on April 29th, we have a very interesting video for you to check out, which shows just how responsive the multitouch features are on the phone, compared to the Nexus One – also due to land on Verizon this year.

As reported from Phandroid, multitouch sensors on both handsets have been tested using the same application, giving you an exact idea on just how the Incredible trumps the Nexus One in almost every aspect.

At the start of the video, we get a general feel of how responsive the touchscreen is on the Incredible, performing tasks such as pinch to zoom and browsing through Google Maps.

But towards the end of the video, we see the sensors really tested on both handsets, and you can see that the Nexus One has trouble mapping both fingers when crossing over each other, while the Droid Incredible has no such problems when performing the same task.

Watch the video below for yourself and let us know your thoughts on it. Still want a Nexus One?

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Also See: Droid Incredible: 2.3.4 Gingerbread update – Problems after download?

  • moronic

    for developers it matters. especially for making games you moron.

  • JuJuBeazNZ

    Your a moron for commenting….dweb!

  • Irrelevant Reviews

    You're a moron for thinking that crossing fingers on multitouch matters.