Buttons, on screen or capacitive?

thlimthlim virginiaPosts: 40

We all know some phones have on screen buttons to navigate, and others with dedicated buttons. From my past experiences, I find the dedicated buttons perform slower than on screen buttons. My first device was a HTC, which featured a home, back, menu, and search key (yes, we had them back then), and ever since I upgraded to a Nexus 4, the on screen buttons seemed to respond much quicker. Since the Axon 7 will have an AMOLED panel, on screen buttons may cause problems in the future with screen burn ins.

So, which buttons suit you? And which one do you think would work best for the Axon 7?

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  • louisdlouisd United StatesPosts: 1,064 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    This question has been asked in a couple of threads and we've been told that the answer is pending some information from manufacturing and marketing.  Personally, if there's going to be a bezel, and having the capacitive buttons doesn't increase the size of the bezel, I can't see why you wouldn't want to have them.

  • 2pointdooj2pointdooj Morocco, OujdaPosts: 590 ✭✭✭✭

    On screen, no matter what

  • sshasansshasan Staff Member United States Posts: 3,812 admin

    In an effort to consolidate threads, please join the discussion here .

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