Most Popular Smartphone Screen Resolution
Screen resolution provided by China OEM smartphone manufacturers defines the number of pixels (the tiniest addressable points) available on the screen, and it is usually quoted as width × height. Generally speaking, more dots allow designers to fit more content on the screen, such as GUI elements, apps, and websites. Bigger resolution doesn’t necessarily mean better quality though, as there are other important factors, such as pixel density, diagonal screen size, and many more.
Table of most popular OEM smartphone screen resolution
|Wide Quarter VGA||WQVGA||400*240|
|Video Graphics Array||VGA||480*320|
|Full Wide VGA||FWVGA||854*480|
|Quarter High Definition||Qhd||960*540|
|Full High Definition||FHD||1920*1080|
More pixels in the latest releases
We expect the most popular OEM smartphone screen resolution to grow in the future although it's unsure whether 4K in a smartphone makes sense. Some argue that 4K resolution opens new doors for smartphone-powered VR devices offering a more sophisticated virtual reality experience.