QVGA


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QVGA

(Quarter VGA) A resolution of 320x240 pixels, which is one quarter of the total number of pixels in the VGA standard (640x480). See VGA and screen resolution.
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Our expectations and beliefs regarding these matters and the benefits expected from the QVGA, SIF and other formats may not materialize, and actual results could differ materially from those projected.
1" qVGA LCD with ABC capability in the second half of this year.
Utilizing the company's exclusive systems-on-glass (SOS) technology, the new display allows users to choose between VGA mode when needing finer image viewing of a map or website, and QVGA to save the phone's power under normal use.
2 inch, 320x240 pixel QVGA display, a 1 megapixel camera, FM radio, digital music player with hot-swappable miniSD card support, Bluetooth technology and an eye-catching sliding design.
The MagnaChip QVGA TFT one-chip IS2320 supports resolution of 240 RGB x 320 dot and 262K color in 2.
Leading-edge color thin film transistor (TFT) active matrix cell phone displays for mobile applications will also be shown, including a series of QVGA models in 1.
Lower resolutions, such as QCIF, QVGA, CIF, and VGA, are also supported.
a leading mixed-signal semiconductor developer of color display driver ICs for small panel displays, today announced production volume shipments of its LDS312 product, a 262k color high-resolution QVGA Low Temperature Polysilicon (LTPS) LCD driver IC with integrated controller.
1-inch XGA LCD for Desktop Monitors and HDTVs -- 15-inch XGA LCD for Notebook PCs -- 8-inch Wide VGA LCD for Automotive Entertainment -- 7-inch Wide QVGA LCD for Automotive Entertainment -- 6.
The DiMAGE 7, a new digital still camera (DSC) manufactured by Minolta, which features Displaytech's LightView(TM) QVGA display module as a viewfinder, has won the Best Digital Prosumer* Camera award from the Technical Imaging Press Association (TIPA).
5" color QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) display that enables menu navigation and viewing of Media Center content directly on the remote, independent of the main computer or TV screen.