Nokia is rolling out its answer to Apple’s popular multi-touch on the iPhone for the S60 platform at the Symbian Smartphone Show. From the launch video Nokia’s touch seems to not be multi-touch, though it does support both finger and stylus input. It also includes haptic tactile feedback and will be backwardly compatible with the existing S60 platform.
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