About a month ago, we reported that some HTC DROID Incredibles were experiencing touchscreen issues, and now it seems that the EVO 4G may have the same problem. Engadget is reporting that they have received several tips from users whose EVOs have faulty grounding, causing the touchscreen to register inconsistent presses when the device isn't grounded. Touching the side of the phone allows the device to work properly, so some users may have the problem and not even know it. The DROID Incredible, also made by HTC, had similar issues in the past, so it seems that HTC may have some problems with its manufacturing process. Neither HTC nor Sprint has commented on the issue. This news comes hot on the heels of reports that the adhesive on the touchscreen of some EVOs may begin to fail. Design flaws like this seem to be part of being an early adopter lately, with the Palm Pre suffering issues early on in its life, as well. We'll be sure to bring you more information when it becomes available. Until then, check out the video below, showing the touchscreen inconsistencies in action.