That at least some Nexus Ones suffer from some apparent problem with the touchscreen is not news. We've pointed out an issue with the keyboard before. And now Taylor from Android and Me has a great video showing the difference in multitouch between the Motorola Droid and the Nexus One (an HTC phone commissioned by Google).
Basically, what you see above is an app that shows where you're touching the screen. the dots you see on the right -- on the Nexus One -- should be hidden under Taylor's thumbs. Obviously, they're not.
But an update to Taylor's post points out at least one reason that's pretty apparent anyway: Those are not the same phones, and they use different screens. Then there's the question of whether we're purely talking about a software or hardware issue. Maybe we'll see a "fix." Maybe there's no fix. Maybe we're all a little too anal about multitouch. We'll see. Anyhoo, Check out the video after the break.
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