Nexus One having problems with multitouch?This article contains unofficial information.
While some are complaining about the multitouch on the Nexus One, the DROID has no such problems despite running the slightly older 2.0.1 OS. And for those ready to cry "Shenanigans", the DROID currently does support multitouch for Google Maps and for third party games. Check out the video below which shows the problem that the N-One has had. Can this be fixed? It doesn't appear to be a software problem, unfortunately. In fact, a Google engineer named Diane Hackborn (what a GREAT name for someone dealing with smartphones) says that the touchscreen on the Nexus One is the same as used on the G1 and myTouch models. She says that the DROID has a sensor from a different manufacturer that behaves differently. Between the lines, she is saying that the display on the Motorola device is more capable and can better handle multitouch action. Since it is not an Android problem and is not software related, there is not much outside of a recall that can fix the problem.
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