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Do you Know about the World’s First TouchScreen Phone

The world’s First Touchscreen Phone is finally here! Although we’ve seen touchscreen phones before (and even tried them), the technology has been limited to small phone segments. This means that you can only use a touchscreen for games and music, but not for making calls or texting. That was then – this is now.


The World’s First Touch Screen Phone

Meet the futuristic named Skullphone – one of the biggest (and most awesome) smartphones on the market, with a QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen for everything else. The phone runs on Ice Cream Sandwich, Google’s latest operating system, and unique design.


4.3-inch capacitive touch screen with 720×1280 pixels resolution

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

32 GB internal storage, expandable to 64GB via microSD card

Camera resolution 13 megapixels

Hi-Fi stereo speaker

Dual SIM

2-megapixel front-facing camera with flash

Memory card expansion slot

The phone is available for pre-order right now for $300, with a January delivery date. It looks slick in the leaked pictures, so hopefully, it lives up to the hype.

What does the touch screen phone mean for you

The Nokia Touch has been designed to combine all the advantages of a touchscreen phone with the simplicity of a feature phone. So why should you consider a touchscreen phone over a basic feature phone?

1. A faster user experience

Although you can still make calls on your new touchscreen phone, you’ll have an easier time navigating between your apps, web pages, and social networks. You can quickly access apps to make calls, access your contacts, check the weather, play games, browse the web, and even order a pizza from the app launcher.

2. The first camera phone

With the first camera phone, you can take crystal clear photos without pulling out your camera phone or DSLR.


The History of Touch Screen Phones

We’ve all seen the iPhone in action, and we can’t imagine making a phone call on a tiny, clunky, old-fashioned touch screen! But now we can. The Hero Touch, currently being given away by Leap Wireless, is a touchscreen smartphone that lets you do everything. You can navigate through menus and folders and even make phone calls, all with just a finger touch! It even has a built-in microphone and speaker – and of course, this phone comes with a special touchscreen credit card holder – for maximum pleasure of touchscreen phone application participation. What more can you want?

In today’s world of touchscreen phones, it’s obvious that there’s no going back. Those of you who enjoy using a physical keyboard can easily adapt.

How will the touch screen phone change your life?

Samsung has taken this dream to another level by bringing touchscreen technology to a full-fledged cell phone. One of the phone’s cool features is that all the buttons are replaced with touch-sensitive screens that turn the regular buttons into touch-sensitive panels. The user can then use these panels to play games, type texts, scroll through text messages, and click pictures.

The rear of the phone houses a larger screen (8.9-inch) to accommodate two touch-sensitive panels. Like its competitors, the Samsung Galaxy S II, the only other touchscreen phone on the market, the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Nexus, will offer users 4G (LTE) and HSPA+ (UMTS) wireless networks.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, pictured above, sports a 4.65-inch touch screen and will ship on April 15.


Why do we need a Touchscreen phone?

This is the type of thing we wish we would’ve known when we were using touchscreen phones before. The main reason is that your screen time is almost 2x as dangerous as your TV time. If you want to maximize the amount of time you spend with your kids and your family, there’s a good chance that you want to limit screen time.

Also, there’s a good chance that the typical person uses their phone for two things: social media (looking at your friends and what they’re up to) and to make calls (looking for people). If you’re scrolling through Facebook on your mobile while your kids are trying to take care of business (read: eat a snack, or go pee), you’re missing an important piece of the puzzle.

Social media should be kept out of your phone.

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