What's the difference between QVGA and LCD?
Author:Hang Weidong Time:2021-10-07 12:25 Browse(375)
QVGA screen refers to the number of pixels of liquid crystal display. There are many kinds of pixels of liquid crystal display, which means one fourth of the size of VGA, that is, the output resolution on the liquid crystal screen (LCD) is 240 × 320 pixels. QVGA supports screen rotation, and corresponding programs can be developed to display screen positions rotated by 90 °, 180 ° and 270 °. Released by Handera. It is mainly used for handheld / mobile devices.
QVGA screen refers to the number of pixels of liquid crystal display. There are many kinds of pixels of liquid crystal display, which means one fourth of the size of VGA, that is, the output resolution on the liquid crystal screen (LCD) is 240 × 320 pixels. QVGA supports screen rotation, and corresponding programs can be developed to display screen positions rotated by 90 °, 180 ° and 270 °. Released by Handera. It is mainly used for handheld / mobile devices
it should be noted that it is wrong for some media to regard QVGA screen as the same material as TFT, TFD and other LCDs. The statement of QVGA screen is common in some Japanese mobile phones, and most of the smart phone screens using Microsoft Pocket PC operating system are 320 × 240 pixel QVGA screen
What's the difference between QVGA and LCD?

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