That's true, it only had resistive touch
How anyone could compare phones like that one to an iPhone is beyond me. But good thing that he thinks diffent than me, otherwise we wouldn't even have this court soap show to begin with.
Although, soap, I fully agree with Apple that they 'shouldn't be the inventor for everything' and they want and should protect their designs and engineering. However, if Apple wins this and all the other cases, I cannot possibly believe all of the infringing products will be taken off the shelves and the world afterwards will only see devices like the Surface, N700 and Apples' iPad and iPhone. How will a judge create a balance? By having all of Apples' competitors make slight changes to their current infringing products?