- Simon Giddings <email@example.com> Apr 15 12:06AM -0700
The "effort" I made did not reveal this result and it certainly does not
answer the question !
My question was more general, if you hadn't noticed.
Given that most tablets will give a horizontal and vertical pixel size as
well as a diagonal size in inches, is it possible to determine the density
bucket (to use googles term) ie: MDPI or HDPI or XHDPI, etc
From what you have managed to find, this device would appear to fall
between two buckets - HDPI and XHDPI because
- HDPI screens are ~240dpi
- XHDPI screens are ~320dpi
(according to Supporting Multiple Screens<http://developer.android.com/guide/practices/screens_support.html>
So the question remains open ....
On Monday, 14 April 2014 20:21:31 UTC+2, Chris wrote:
- Marina Cuello <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 15 10:27AM -0300
You can search for/make an app that detects the bucket and install it, if
you have access to the device. A quick search gives me
but there are plenty.
Otherwise, as far as I can recall it depends on the manufacturer's decision
which bucket it takes. So no, you can't "calculate" the bucket given the
physical screen size and dpi specs.
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