screen size

screen size

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(mining engineering)
A standard for determining the size of diamond particles; the size of the screened particle is determined by the size of the opening through which the diamond particle will not pass.
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Being a responsible enterprise that believes in transparency EcoStar is issuing these public-service messages on media, to advise the buyers to actually measure and confirm the LED screen size, before purchasing any Television.
Samsung has also reportedly decided to enlarge the screen size of the device in order to compensate for the Galaxy Note7's loss.
With a large 55 inch screen size, this Smart TV gives sharper images with precise color and contrast.
USPRwire, Wed Dec 23 2015] Trade commentators highlight the rising sales of televisions with a screen size greater than 55 inches.
A recently conducted survey in the United States reveals that screen size was cited as the main reason for buying a particular phone by both iOS and Android buyers at 43 per cent and 47 per cent, respectively.
Today, more than five-inch screen size handsets contribute around 20 per cent to our mobile phone sales and will grow to 50 per cent in the next one year," he said.
5 inches to 4 inches and now with the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus the screen size was increased to 4.
Washington, July 14 ( ANI ): An Australian report reveals that Apple may lose half of iPhone 6 buyers if it does not increase its screen size.
time, as it did last year, the models may be differentiated by screen size as
In October, a handful of reports said the screen size will jump to almost 5 inches from the current 4 inches.
squeeze the browser window to be very small to see the effect of how the site changes and adapts to the smaller screen size.