Today Engadget posted an article that claims many Nexus One customers complain about touchscreen calibration, which is an important element of the graphic user interface (GUI) as well as the user experience in general. As well, labs.moto.com published an interesting report last week comparing the accuracy of touchscreen of various mobile devices. It would seem that Nexus One has issues.
One of the important things is that Nexus shows much better accuracy with medium amount of pressure compared to light pressure. So, if you are a happy owner of a Google phone don't hesitate to firmly press the screen. Nexus also excels in near the screen edge performance, which might be important when using the features of the free apps that take the entire real estate of the screen.