Why doesn't the major models of smartphones have a separate key for receiving or rejecting calls?Since I have started using smartphones, I am facing some discomfort which I never felt during the days of the earlier basic phones.
The first and foremost discomfort is receiving a call. As the smartphone is entirely touchscreen, one needs to be extra careful while picking it up, otherwise, you will end up in pressing the wrong icon. earlier phones were so easy to pick up, so easy to respond. You never had to look at the phone to pick it up. It was easy in a crowded vehicle when your other hand is occupied.
I wonder, why most of the smartphones do not have a separate key or button for receiving or rejecting calls? Why isn't there a way to use it single handed? Though the keypad says you can do that way, to receive the calls, you are bound to use both the hands or else, it doesn't respond the way it should.
Do you agree to this point? Please share your views and discuss it towards a solution.