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multi-touch coming to future motorola devices?

the ceo of motorola, sanjay jha, in a recent interview with laptop magazine, said he expects to have multi-touch in the majority of future motorola phones because of user feedback…

I think you will see us deliver multitouch in the majority of our devices going forward. There’s a complex set of factors, not all of them technical. But I think you’ll see us being proactive on multitouch because the user feedback on multitouch is very good.

just bring us multi-touch already.  and enough with people saying “dolphin has it!” because i could care less.  i want the capability everywhere in the phone, not just in the browser.

he also provided his interesting opinion on the oddly-timed launch of the nexus one vs. the droid…

The consumer satisfaction rate on the Motorola Droid has been really good. And if you look at the return rate, and I won’t go into the numbers, it has been very, very good. It talks to our ability to ramp volume production with quality. Increasingly it’s not about the hardware but the experience we deliver, and I really have to thank our partnership with Google there. We really delivered a good experience on that device. People have this sense that there is no information that they can’t get. The turn-by-turn navigation is incredible. It’s a tool that enables users to solve some of the problems that in some sense they didn’t even think that they had. The feedback has been very positive.

and if you haven’t heard, the nexus one has reportedly only sold about 20,000 units since its launch. eek.

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