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How One Hand Touch helps you with receiving calls

posted May 31, 2017, 4:18 PM by Blog Poster   [ updated Jun 5, 2017, 2:22 PM by David Khorram ]

How One Hand Touch helps you with receiving calls

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Have you ever received a phone call while operating your phone one handed? If you have small hands or own one of the many larger modern smartphones you might actually have some issues hitting the button you want to. Since your other hand is busy if your goal is to decline the call then you just have to waste 20 seconds of your life staring at the decline/answer interface. This is just one of the many ways that the ever increasing size of modern smartphones is impacting the ease of their use. The screen resolutions are higher and the sizes are bigger but they are harder to use than ever. TouchPad has your solution. With many of the TouchPad devices, including the TouchPad case, you can now interact with your phone by touching its back (compatible with any type of touching). This means that if you want to accept a phone call it could be as simple as dragging your hand across to the right of the case by a few centimeters. Want to decline a call? Just move your hand the other way. Now you can keep your large screen size but interact with your phone on a smaller, more manageable level using only hand one. The best of both worlds!

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