HTC Patents Stylus for Capacitive Screens
HTC has patented a new type of stylus that can interact with capacitive touch screens. Styli have long been used by mobile phones with resistive touch screens (which respond to physical pressure), and are highly accurate. Normal styli don't work with capacitive touch screens because capacitive screens interact with the electrical disturbance created by the human finger. HTC's patent adds a magnetic head to the tip of a stylus, which allows it to activate and interact with a capacitive touch screen. Such a device will give users a much greater degree of control and accuracy. This is particularly important for phones used in Asian markets.
Hands On with the LG Stylus 2, X cam and X screen
LG has a handful of new phones on display in Barcelona that are not the G5. The Stylus 2, X cam, and X screen round out the middle of LG's profile and are interesting smartphones in their own right.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note8
The Galaxy Note8 is Samsung's ultimate flagship for 2017. The Note8 takes the attractive design language from Samsung's own Galaxy S8 and pairs it with one of the largest screens and best cameras available.
LG's Pen-Equipped Phone Earns a Sequel in the Stylus 2
LG today showed off another new handset ahead of Mobile World Congress, the Stylus 2, a second act for last year's G4 Stylus. LG says the new stylus pen is more accurate thanks to a nano coating at the tip.
LG Supercharges the Stylus 2 Plus
LG recently announced the Stylus 2 Plus, a more performance-minded version of the Stylus 2. The external chassis is identical to the Stylus 2, but the Plus boosts the 5.7-inch display resolution to full HD, improves the processor clock speed to 1.4 GHz per core, increases megapixel count to 16 for the front camera and 8 for the rear camera, and adds a front-facing flash.
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