Okay, so we know this isn’t a smartphone. But it almost is. Put a touchscreen on there and you’re basically an Android-based Crackberry™. Plus, our testers keep trying to touch the screen anyway.
TOTALLY Agree. In fact, I handed the phone to one of our users and that’s the first thing they tried to do, only to be told “no, it’s not like that - use the crosshairs”.
Thank you for your suggestion, we will take it into consideration.
Really surprised by this. Don’t all the other Android based phones and speakerphone have touch screens.