While multi-touch is dependent on hardware support, let’s not forget that software support is incredibly important too. Samsung’s i5700 is officially only able to support one finger input at a time, but someone has managed to come up with a hack that will allow multi-touch to operate on the i5700, proving that the lack of multi-touch support on the phone is purely due to the lack of software support, instead of hardware. Check out a video of the multi-touch capability of the i5700 in action after the jump.
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