Most phones these days have a touchscreen. Some have a resistive touchscreen and some have a capacitive touchscreen. What's the difference between a resistive and a capacitive touchscreen? Which one is better?
In this PhoneDog 101 video, Sydney discusses the main differences, the technology behind the two, and which one you should choose. It's not always easy. Though a capacitive touchscreen is generally better, some people still prefer a resistive touchscreen. When buying a phone, how are you supposed to tell the difference between the two? Is it worth it to spend more money on a phone with a capacitive touchscreen? Watch the video to find out.