Future Windows Phone models might know where your fingers are going before they hit the glass

"Windows Phone powered handsets could eventually be given the ability to 'see' where your fingers are before they touch the display. This technology uses a self-capacitive touchscreen to figure out where you are gripping the outer edges of the handset, and computes where your fingers are located in space above the screen."
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Even if the feature makes it past the prototype stage, it still might not be enough to boost the share of Windows phones.

"Windows Phone powered handsets could eventually be given the ability to 'see' where your fingers are before they touch the display. This technology uses a self-capacitive touchscreen to figure out where you are gripping the outer edges of the handset, and computes where your fingers are located in space above the screen."

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