A picture is worth a thousand words and sometimes video just leaves you speechless. In this case, it’s edifying to see Motoloa researchers putting their product out there and letting the chips fall where they do, which in this case isn’t flattering for the Droid.
DIY Touchscreen Analysis from MOTO Development Group
It’s widely accepted that the Moto Droid screen is “better” than the one used by Apple in the iPhone. So, it’s perhaps just a matter of time before Moto and their partners at Verizon deliver a software update that greatly improves this aspect of touch fidelity.
Thereupon, testing is as testing does, meaning there are likely other benchmarking methods where the iPhone doesn’t fair as well. Where do Apple’s handheld touch screens leave you feeling flat?