HTC Leo won't support multi-touch for Pocket Internet Explorer

HTC Leo won't support multi-touch for Pocket Internet Explorer
With good word about the HTC Leo growing with each passing day, it may end up being one the most talked about Windows Mobile smartphones. It's already making headlines in the world of Windows because of its change to a capacitive screen instead of the traditional resistive one we're used to seeing. That major decision to move forward with that type of screen has also enabled it to support multi-touch – something that veteran users of the platform typically don't see. For those who plan on browsing the web with Pocket Internet Explorer, you'll be sad to know that multi-touch won't be supported – no pinching to zoom in or out. Although there might be some arguments as to which browser reigns supreme on the Windows Mobile front, Pocket Internet Explorer continues to be fine tuned. Hopefully programmers can implement that down the road which can really increase the experience for everyone.

HTC Leo Preliminary Specifications

via pocketnow


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