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Feedback: Poll: Which smartphone and desktop resolution do you use?

Topic created on 13th Apr. 2018 | Page: 1 of 3 | Answers: 22 | Views: 4,802
Matthias
Expert
Hello,

to get a better overview of which devices our community uses, I would like to ask you to write here, with which smartphone you use our portal. Maybe write the year of manufacture of the device.

Furthermore, it would be interesting to know what screen resolution you use on your desktop PC or laptop.

Thank you

LG
Matthias

P.S.: I'll get started:
Smartphone: Honor 9 (BJ 2017), 1920x1080 pixel resolution (Full HD)
Desktop PC: 2x 25 inch Dell Ultrasharp displays with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution each

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Stromberg
Legend
I use a Huawei P8 Lite 2017.
I hardly use desktop computers at all in my private life.

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Anonym
Two Dell screens with 1680x1050 resolution each (22 inches) and a Samsung Galaxy S8 with 2220x1080 or 2960x1440 resolution.

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Insa24
Top Member
HTC 10 (BJ 2017)
Chrome on Android 8.0.0
Resolution of 2560 x 1440 (-> I googled, where can I find the current resolution in the phone?)

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Andrew789
Experienced
Insa24 wrote on 04/14/2018 at 23:58: HTC 10 (BJ 2017)
Chrome running Android 8.0.0
Resolution of 2560 x 1440 (-> I googled, where can I find the actual resolution in the phone?)

I don't think you can change the resolution so I guess it will always be like this.

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Anonym
Andrew789 wrote on 04/15/2018 at 00:17 PM
I don't think you can change the resolution so I guess it will always be like that.

On my Galaxy S8 I can already switch the resolution, so it can be

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Anonym
iPhone 6s - year of manufacture 2016
iPhone 8 since last month

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P****1
I have a Samsung Galaxy s8 but unfortunately do not know what resolution that has

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J****r
Smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S7edge 1920x1080
Laptop: Lenovo 1600x900 17"

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Anonym
Galaxy S9 in full HD+ 2220x1080,

2 monitors:
1x 27" in full HD 1980 x 1080 on 144hz
1x 22" in 1680 x 1050 on 120hz

Where the heart rate here should be rather irrelevant 😜 Daddel but also a lot of fps games / shooter, since that is rather interesting

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