short tap

short tap

The normal tap of an icon on a virtual screen. For details, see long press.
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For this, thanks to One-Touch function, a short tap on the interior button is sufficient.
The home button supports 'edgeless fingerprint', which can recognise gestures like a long tap for home, short tap for back, and swipe left or right for multi-tasking.
It's far better when the ball goes out for the player to take a short tap to a teammate.
Naviator is smart about its screen taps: a short tap on an airport calls up quick info or lets you make a fast direct-to, with an option to show detailed info in that split screen.
Bradford began to exert pressure, but quick thinking by Stuart Morton saw him take a short tap from a 22 drop out.
The Preston striker rifled home from close range after Paul McKenna's short tap to Graham Alexander was flicked up by the acting Preston skipper and flighted over the hapless Burnley defence.
A short tap or a short flash of light is a dot; a longer one is a dash.
For this function, thanks to the One-Touch feature, only a short tap on the interior button is needed.
The handset features a fingerprint sensor on the front despite a taller screen and it comes with gesture supports as well, allowing users to go back a screen with a short tap, long tap for home, and swiping left or right for multi-tasking.
"A short tap on the button is enough and the top movement is executed automatically," explains PR spokesman Sven Tornow.
The P20 Pro and the P20 both sport 128GB internal storage, feature 6GB and 4GB RAM respectively and come with a home button on the front that supports 'edgeless fingerprint', which can recognise gestures like a long tap for home, short tap for back, and swiping left or right for multi-tasking.

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