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My guess is that this is a contact error between the screen and the actual phone, as it turns back to normal when you put pressure on it.. Same thing happened to me.. I sent it in for reparation though, but i'm guessing the problem is a contact error...
yea mate I broke my screen a few months ago. So I bought a new screen from ebay (about $70 AUS inc P&H) opened up my viewty and replaced it. All parts in the phone snap in together no soldering required. The screen connects through a simple snap in ribbon cable. Only tricky part is that adhesive strip that holds the front cover in other than that the phone should come apart with some light prying.
I have the same problem. But i had solved it. I use a lighter to burn on my viewty's touch screen, and it is working properly again within 30 secs. And ofcourse, do not burn the touch screen without a screen protector. Hope this solution would help.