Fake multitouch?

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    maybe it's time for an upgrade to the Nexus S ??? Ya know... that archaic device with native Multi-Touch and a better processor and OS.

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    Hmmm I cant do that. Love my N1 too much

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    The Nexus One does not have true multitouch. It only has dual touch. You can't fix something that is hardware limited. It will never be fixed. So you either have to he happy with what you have or upgrade. I love my nexus but I dont plan on being restrained to its limitation.
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    Well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallyfish View Post
    Are there phones that support mulittouch?I'm very interested in that,I don't know much about the new phones.
    Samsung

    Galaxy S Series
    Galaxy Tab
    Nexus S

    support true 5 point multitouch
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    You know I never quite understood that why would you need to have 5 point multitouch I mean is there any gestures on the phone that require you to touch 5 places at the same time?

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    Even the dual multitouch isnt working. Ex. In emulators, cant hold forward while jumping or firing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Random21 View Post
    You know I never quite understood that why would you need to have 5 point multitouch I mean is there any gestures on the phone that require you to touch 5 places at the same time?
    Not to much. But on a tablet it's could have better uses in apps. 5 point is more useable in bigger screens. Like so

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    for not informed people
    SGS can recognise 10 point on screen
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    Quote Originally Posted by hensk View Post
    for not informed people
    SGS can recognise 10 point on screen
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    Well I'll be... I didn't even think you could fit 10 fingers on that screen.

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