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I have the same problem. I usually just press the home button to go back to my home screen of my phone, then I hold the home button and clear apps running in the background. Then I open chrome again and the screen is displayed properly. Only solution I have until the bug gets fixed in beta.
A bug in the latest version of Chrome can cause this in certain circumstances (low memory being one). Details here: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=342190 https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=399521 Seems like a fix should be making its way into the beta soon.
Check how you are holding the tablet perhaps you have another finger on part the screen.
It sounds similar to a bug with 16-bit transparency. If your phone has this setting, turn it off, then try again, but your bug does seem a little different, so no promises.
Going by the unexpected touch behaviour you provide it seems that your multi-touch screen is not responding properly to your inputs for this you need to confirm it by doing a small and freely available multi touch test. Download the app and check whether the touch is shown exactly where you selected. The two dots are drawn exactly where the phone reports ...
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