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VGA vs QVGA | Difference between VGA and QVGA

This page compares VGA vs QVGA and mentions difference between VGA and QVGA.


Specifications VGA QVGA
Full Form The full form of VGA is Video Graphics Array. The full form of QVGA is Quarter VGA.
Resolution VGA supports resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. QVGA supports resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
Application of use Ideal for desktop based applications. Ideal for mobile screens.
Processing power VGA needs more power. QVGA needs less power.
Popularity of usage lesser, it is less acceptable. better, it is more acceptable.
Flexibility More Less
Usage for the people with bad eye sight. More useful Not useful

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