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  1. Cubellius's Avatar
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    So after using a Nokia N95 8GB for 6 years, I finally 'upgraded' to a touch screen phone.. So I was wondering, is it normal for it to lag behind my finger a little? When I, say, scroll down on the start screen, my finger is about half a centimeter ahead of where the tile I originally started scrolling on is, and it feels like I'm getting 15FPS. If I 'flick' it instead of dragging my finger over the screen, the motion is pretty smooth, so it is not a problem with the CPU/GPU. Does anyone else experience this? Are all touch screens like this?
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    I have noticed that on tablets I get better response if I use my finger tip rather than the whole pad of my finger. The worst response is with the whole pad of my thumb.
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    Hmm, I've tried it with the tip of my finger, and it seems better - but not by much, it still lags. Tried my friend's Lumia 920 today, and it seems to have the same problem.
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    I have noticed that when the device is plugged in that I get some strange behavior when using the touchscreen. It does better when I turn off the sensitive touch, however.

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