Thursday, 12 February 2009
Touch screen Nokias
Well it is better late than never Nokia. Why did it take them so long to get on the bandwagon?
But look at the clip closely, and you can see that his fingers slip. And that is the whole problem. It is not as easy as he makes it look.
I think that they should have a grid on top of the screen on which you can tap first, then the machine knows that that is the area you want to touch. You can then make it smaller or bigger and move it around to select in more detail. Just an idea that popped into my head.
I returned both the Storm and HTC, and Xperia devices, because even for someone small like me, it was hard to scroll without a ball like there is on G-1.