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    I love my 8x and it's great to use but I have noticed sometimes I am pressing things twice in order for them to load and the screen just doesn't feel as sensitive as my One S. The fact that I've noticed that I'm pressing things more than once means it's definitely different because I never thought about screen sensitivity on my one s once! Has anyone else got this issue. It's not ridiculous and it only happens now and again it's not like I have to smack the screen.
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    Cant relate had mine for a few months and sometimes I find it to sensitive o.o I'll light brush my finger over the screen (not touching) and it'll click stuff xD
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    Not sure if that might be the problem, but when it's cold (especially below 0c) my hands get quite dry and for some reason the screen stops responding to my finger tips every now and then.

    It happened basically with every smartphone I had (iPhone 3GS, Lumia 800, HTC 8X). The Lumia 920 should do better thou.
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    Hmm that's strange then. I just notice that sometimes I have to press things twice. Never had a problem with my HTC Desire S or HTC One S

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