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I find this happens to me sometimes as well.
The screens are capacitive touch sensitive which means it responds to the small amount of electricity on your skin. If your fingers are damp, from sweat, high humidity, then the capacitance will not reach a level for the screen to react to.
Keep your fingers dry and keep the screen very clean and free of oils.