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        Q: Difference between touch screens?
A: Which type ? iPhone u.s.ages some sort of pulsation 's your finger so it is more sensitive . But stuff like ds usages pressure . Here is a definition ; ( there is a app for that , SensorToolKit )   -resistive touching : A & nbsp ; resistive & nbsp ; touch & nbsp ; panel & nbsp ; is & nbsp ; comprised & nbsp ; of & nbsp ; s ... ‡   -capacitive touching : A & nbsp ; capacitive & nbsp ; touch & nbsp ; panel & nbsp ; consists & nbsp ; of & nbsp ; an & nbsp ; ... ‡ 

Q: How are capacitive touch screen panels made?
A: Capacitive touchscreens are far more responsive than a resistive .  Resistive screens need a bit greater pressure to work appropriately .  Capacitive touchscreens is a general better but the most current resistive technology reacts nearly analogous than capacitive ones .   Because capacitive screens have a hard etched plate of glass-like material rather than the more flexible thin layers synthetic material they is most commonly scratch less .  The downside of a capacitive screen is that its most sensitive for moist and dirt as it is relying on conductivity .   PS : Near Field Imaging capacitive touchscreen technology as set out in the other replying ( the one wherever you do n't required to touch the screen ) 're not employed by any portable telephone i am aware of yet . 

Q: Capacitive LED-backlit LCD (‘Reality display’) vs Capacitive Super AMOLED Plus?
A: Active-Matrix-Organic-Light-Emitting-Dio ...  Its a screen techology using LEDs ( a variety using organic compounds to make improvements brightness and energy efficacy ) creation a matrix of pixels forming the screen .  A capacitive touchscreen reacts to the small sums of electrical charging the body creates to be determined when someone touches the screen . This is compared with a resistive touchscreen which required ince be applicable to the screen .