What are Screen Touch Points?
Screen touch points, also known as multi-touch points, refer to the number of simultaneous points of contact that a touch screen can accurately recognize and respond to. It's essentially the measure of a touch screen's ability to handle multiple fingers or stylus inputs at once.
How does screen touch points work?
Older touch screens were limited to recognizing only one point of contact at a time. This meant you could only tap, scroll, or swipe using one finger at the same time.
With advancements in technology, touch screens started supporting multiple simultaneous touch points. This allowed for gestures like pinch-to-zoom, two-finger scrolling, and even playing complex games involving multiple fingers on the screen.
Touch point limit
The number of points a touch screen can handle varies. Common multi-touch capabilities include 2-point, 5-point, 10-point, and even 20-point or higher. Generally, the higher the touch point limit, the more complex and precise gestures the screen can understand.