The Symbian Touch Interface has been announced at the Symbian Smartphone Show today. It works with either stylus or fingers, but given the small size of some UI element (virtual keyboard – see video), not everything was designed for the fingers, similarly to Windows Mobile. There is tactile feedback, which is somewhat interesting, although I would be curious to see how it improves the productivity. I think that being pressure sensitive is actually more useful, but I’ll reserve my final judgment for now. Expect to see larger display phones running on S60 soon. The only other alternative would be the new Microsoft touch UI.
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