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    Can anyone confirm this?

    If so, have a link?

    Thanks.
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    95% chance yes
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    I thought the touch thing was only the 920. I thought the 820 (and thus 810) was just a regular screen.
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    820 has it.
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    My guess is that because it's a variant of the 820, it has it. I don't see why they would remove a feature like that, especially when the 810 has the same features as the 820 and a bit more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalchick719 View Post
    My guess is that because it's a variant of the 820, it has it. I don't see why they would remove a feature like that, especially when the 810 has the same features as the 820 and a bit more.
    I'm not sure if the 810 has super sensitive touch. I think T-Mobile picked the features a la cart. I'm thinking that T-Mobile figured HD FFC and Gorilla Glass were more important than super sensitive touch. We will find out on Monday.
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    The Lumia 810 specs have finally been added to developer.nokia.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shocol View Post
    The Lumia 810 specs have finally been added to developer.nokia.com.
    here is the link:

    Device Details -- Nokia Lumia 810
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    No it doesn't here is the spec link

    Device Details -- Nokia Lumia 810
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    I know this is an old thread, but since it was recently brought back up I thought I would mention that I have used both my car keys and a fork on my screen and both work okay - that should be enough proof right there :P The fork actually needed a bit more pressure than the car keys, but it still worked.
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    I deliberately let my nails grow longer (I usually cut them every two weeks because they grow FAST) specifically so I could test out the super sensitive touch feature. It does work. I also tested out the screen with a glove on my hand. Pretty damn cool, I might add.
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    yep, works great with my running gloves on! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystictrust View Post
    I know this is an old thread, but since it was recently brought back up I thought I would mention that I have used both my car keys and a fork on my screen and both work okay - that should be enough proof right there :P The fork actually needed a bit more pressure than the car keys, but it still worked.
    A fork? Really?

    How'd the glass hold up to that? Any scratches?
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    I have some pretty thick leather gloves, and used those and it was fairly accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yakko Warner View Post
    A fork? Really?

    How'd the glass hold up to that? Any scratches?
    No scratches at all. Don't use a fork for "Draw Something" though, it produces really weird results ;)
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