Growth of Touch Screen Mobile Phones
With more and more advancement occurring in the communication industry, mobile manufacturing companies are incorporating new innovation and technologies in their gadgets at a rapid rate. Touch screen mobile phones are a result of such innovations. Almost all the leading cell phone brands such as Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Micromax, Sony etc have come up with multitude of this category of Mobile Phones. The latest touch phones come with lots of sophisticated features such as multimedia, music, internet, games, camera and many more. These mobile phones have witnessed a much accelerated growth since its inception. It is also expected in the near future this category of phones will capture broader market in the entire part of the globe.
Touchscreen technology helps the user in navigating from one menu to another with great ease. Besides, it enables typing message, chatting, browsing various web pages, playing games and all other tasks with just a single pinch of the user’s finger. It is to be noted that the features and performances of all these phones differ from one another. Furthermore, the latest touch phones are effective in offering sensitive screen, huge size display, scratch- resistant glass, high resolutions and excellent battery life. In the initial stage of touch phones, these are mainly meant for the wealthy section of consumers, but the scenario has changed now. At present, these phones incorporated with all the latest features are available at cost-effective price rates, and can cater to the requirements of all types of mobile phone users.
When it comes to touch screen types, the market seems to be dominated by capacitive and resistive touch-screen. Capacitive touch phone’s display is reliable on the electrical properties of the human body for detecting at what time and which place the user is touching. As a result of this, capacitive displays are controllable with very light touches of a finger and the user cannot use with a gloved hand or a mechanical stylus. On the other hand, resistive touchscreen displays feature a composition of many layers, which have been separated by thin spaces. When the user applies pressure to the display surface by a finger or stylus causes the layers to touch, which completes electrical circuits and informs the device where the user is touching. It is due to this fact that resistive touchscreens need more pressure for operating as compared to capacitive type. New Mobile Phones with touch-screen technology from Samsung are facilitated with sophisticated features such as multi-touch option, TFT capacitive technology, Corning Gorilla protection, excellent size and good screen size, to name few. Likewise Sony touch handsets are featured with LED-backlit LCD, capacitive display and Scratch-resistant glass protection. Similarly, Nokia touch phones equipped with AMOLED capacitive touch-screen, Corning Gorilla Glass protection with 16 MP colors.
If a user goes through any latest touch screen mobile phone review, he will get to read all the pros and cons of the latest touch gadget unveiled in the market. It will also help in determining the quality, performance and price of these gadgets in a convenient manner and as per his/her requirements.
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