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Review: LG Xenon

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The Xenon uses a resistive touch screen. The Xenon allows you to adjust the strength of the haptic feedback, the style of the haptic feedback, or turn it off altogether. Personally, I couldn't tell the difference between the three vibration styles at all. You can also pair the haptics with sound, or have the phone provide sound feedback only. You can calibrate the screen any time you think the accuracy is off.

I found it to be as responsive as any other resistive touch screen from LG. It probably registered 80% accuracy when touched. I didn't notice any false positives, but it did take multiple touches every now and then to get the phone to react.

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