QVGA is a graphics resolution most commonly found in mobile and handheld devices, such as smartphones. The acronym stands for Quarter Video Graphics Array, and refers to a resolution of 320x240 pixels. The name comes from the fact that the number of pixels in a 320x240 display is one quarter that of the original VGA specification, which defined a display of 640x480 pixels.
QVGA is also a common resolution for digital cameras included in many mobile phones.
This guide provides reviews of a number of smartphones, including specs on screen resolutions including those that support QVGA.
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