Mobile phone users unhappy with touch-screens

Mobile phone manufacturers risk losing their customers as they race to incorporate touch-screen features into their phones in a bid to copy Apple's iPhone success, according to Reevoo.com. A survey by the customer-review website found five touch-sceen models ranked in the bottom 10 phones. Only two of the top 10 phones are touch-screen. The top-rated phone with a score of 8.8 out of 10 is the Nokia 5220 xpressmusic. Article

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