A recent analysis on touchscreen reponsiveness with the latest smartphones on the market, has concluded that the touchscreen within the Apple iPhone performed best out of the group analysed.
As reported from Apple Insider, tests were performed by a laboratory robot using the SimpleDraw application under supervision by MOTO labs.
Handsets that were tested include the Motorola DROID, BlackBerry Storm2, Google Nexus One, Palm Pre and HTC Droid Eris. The iPhone performed best, while the Nexus One – soon to land on Verizon, came second.
The worst touchscreen was the DROID, as tests concluded that it had “significant waviness and stair-stepping.”
What are your thoughts on this? Either way, it is great news for potential iPhone 4G users, knowing that they are picking up a handset with the most accurate touchscreen on the market.
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