Updated 21 May, 2013, 5:27 pm IST
Are You Facing Touchscreen Issues With Your HTC Sensation?
| by Roydon Cerejo |
A majority of HTC Sensation owners have been complaining about severe issues related to the touchscreen losing its ‘touch’ after a few weeks of usage. HTC is still tight lipped about this and refuses to acknowledge the problem. The screen tends to lose it’s sensitivity after a while and refuses to respond to your input, especially on the lock screen. In fact, we had the same issue when we reviewed it a while back, but simply took it for a glitch with the firmware or the review unit. HTC Support’s suggestion of resetting the phone doesn’t help either, since it seems to be a firmware bug.
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