Pixels per inch, a measurement of pixel density, depends on the resolution of a document or device. The average PPI is about 72 dots per inch. The input resolution can be measured by pixels per inch (PPI), and a good photograph usually requires 300 DPI.Continue Reading
PPI and DPI can be used in reference to printing images on paper, computer monitor and TV resolutions, as well as digital cameras (which have three dots per pixel) and smartphone screens. The proper amount of PPI will be determined by the size of the image. Pixels per inch also can be interchanged with pixels per centimeter (PPCM), as they are both measurements of pixel density.
The Coolpad Note 3 has 3 gigabytes of RAM and 16 gigabytes of storage, a resolution of 720x1280 with 267 pixels per inch, and a fingerprint scanner that performs recognition in half a second. The smartphone also has a 5-megapixel front camera and a 13-megapixel rear camera equipped with LED flash, autofocus and a lens capable of an f/2.0 aperture. The user interface features include double tap to wake up the device, smart gesture and multi-window mode.Full Answer >
LG G2 Android smartphones, including the VS980 and D800 models, boast features such as the Snapdragon processor that runs on four cores, an enhanced battery with a charge capacity of 3,000 milliampere hours, and a 5.2-inch display capable of reproducing a resolution of 423 pixels per inch. Other features include a 13-megapixel rear camera and a video recording functionality capable of capturing video content in 1080p resolution.Full Answer >
Both the size of the screen and its resolution have an effect on the calculation of the number of pixels per inch in a display. Calculators for determining the pixels per inch of a given display account for these factors as part of the calculation.Full Answer >
Raster graphics use specific pixels and colors for each pixel to render an image, while vector graphics use mathematical lines and shapes to produce an image. They are the two main types of image files used in digital imaging.Full Answer >