Without going into the technical details, a capacitive touchscreen is like the one that you'd find on an iPhone; it's meant to be "finger friendly." However, this means that the touchscreen won't react to a stylus.
Featuring a 3.5-inch capacitive touch screen, the iPhone 4 has a 960 x 640 resolution, 326 pixels-per-inch, 800 to 1 contrast ratio, 500 cd/m2 brightness, and oleophobic coating on the front and back.
Featuring a great capacitive touchscreen display and full access to a huge range of different games via the App Store, the iPhone is easily one of the more popular Virgin Mobile cell phones.
Smartphones with large touchscreen displays have become all the rage in recent years and there is a bigger push toward what are known as capacitive touchscreens rather than resistive ones.
These included the DROID Eris by HTC, which targeted more of the mid-range market with its 528MHz processor, 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, and HTC Sense user interface.