QVGA

Quarter Video Graphics Array

QVGA

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Quarter VGA. Named for a picture resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, which occurs a lot as a picture size with video recordings. See also VGA
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QVGA

Quarter Video Graphic Array; the common screen resolution size for mobile phones is 320 x 240 pixels (76,800 pixel count). It is one quarter in size of a standard VGA display of 640 x 480 which has 307,200 pixels.
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QVGA

QVGA is the common resolution for mobile phone displays, and refers to a resolution size of 320 x 240 pixels. A VGA display is 640 x 480 pixels, and QVGA is a quarter of the resolution, Quarter VGA. Confusion can set in as 320 x 240 is half the number of 640 x 480, the actual pixel count is gained by multiplying these numbers. Therefore a QVGA disp...
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