The number and the orientation of the pixels of a screen are defined via the level of the resolution. In general, a difference is made between a native and a displayable raster. The former is the actually intended maximum, unchanged display mode. We talk about a displayable resolution when the panel works off its normal grid. This information tells you which signals, meaning resolution formats, the display is compatible with beyond that. Lower screen sizes have to be upscaled for a correct reproduction.

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