Subscribe to the::unwired's RSS Feedthe::unwired at Twitterthe::unwired on Facebookthe::unwired on Google Plus
the::unwired Article
VIDEOVIEW: Samsung SGH-i780 - 320 x 320 Touchscreen
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 19.11.07 - 20:03:33 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 30645x
Tagged under: [] [] [] [] []

In this video view I will take a closer look on the Samsung SGH-i780's unique 320 x 320 touch screen. While the i780 looks like an i600/BlackJack, it features a touchscreen because it's based on Windows Mobile 6 Professional. And unlike most of today's Windows Mobile touchscreens, the i780 features a kind of Bio Touch touchscreen as also used by HTC for its TouchFLO enabled line of Windows Mobile 6 smartphones.
This Bio Touch display is a frame-less touch-sensitive screen which features a solid Plexiglas panel on top of the LCD display which has a thin touch-sensitive film on top.

This makes the display stable and allows to use the thumb in addition to the stylus:

While most of the inbuilt applications take benefit of the increased screen resolution (a 320 x 320 pixel screen has 80 pixels more than a Windows Mobile-typical 320 x 340 QVGA screen), some 3rd party applications neither benefit from the (yet uncommon but by Windows Mobile supported) screen resolution nor output properly but leaves a black border on the right/bottom.
This is something which definitely needs to be resolved by affected developers of such applications. While the i780 is the first Windows Mobile smartphone with the (yet) unusual screen resolution, I'm sure it's not the last.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links

Related Articles VIDEOVIEW:

Social Sharing
This Week's Top Stories
Feeds & More
Awards & More
Recent Discussions

No items available

© Copyright 1998 - 2013 by the::unwired® & Arne Hess
All rights reserved!
the::unwired is a registered trademark of Arne Hess.
All trademarks are owned by their respective companies.
All site video, graphic and text content is copyrighted to the respective party and may not be reproduced without express written consent.