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OnePlusOne Capacitive vs On-Screen Buttons: Why Not Both?
So, I heard the OnePlus One gives you the option of turning off the capacitive buttons and using on-screen buttons if you toggle the settings. That feature sounds pretty neat. Give both options and let the users decide on how they want to use their phone.
I suppose the capacitive buttons still take up bezel space, but it doesn't look like it's a large area.
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Re: Capacitive vs On-Screen Buttons: Why Not Both?
I would probably use the capacitive buttons, but only because they are there and it doesn't make sense to me to give up the real estate on the screen. Though I understand the counterpoint that the on screen buttons can be customized and how that would appeal to some people.
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