Review: HTC G1
The G1 is, of course, a touch-based device. Similar to the Apple iPhone, it uses a touch capacitance display, not a touch resistance display. I found the screen to be very responsive to input. Swiping your finger across the screen to perform various actions rarely failed to register. Every now and then you had to press the screen twice to illicit a reaction, but it was infrequent. Mostly, it just worked as it was supposed to.
Hands-on with the T-Mobile G1 from HTC, the first phone to run Google's Android smartphone platform. Plus hands-on with 3rd-party applications.
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