How to find your phone's Screen Density Value

By Gizbot Bureau
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One of the most important components in our mobile phone is indeed the display. There is a sea of phones available and the display quality of each smartphone will vary as per the quality and the price it is being sold.

How to find your phone's Screen Density Value

 

There are lots of terms that surround the air when it comes to display including pixels, resolutions, PPI and much more. Today, we have jotted down the steps on how to find your phone's screen density value.

What is PPI?

What is PPI?

As per the Internet, "Pixels per inch (PPI) are measurements of the pixel density (resolution) of an electronic image device, such as a computer monitor or television display, or image digitizing devices such as a camera or image scanner." To make it simple, it is a measure of the sharpness of illuminated points on a display screen.

SEE ALSO: Check out the leaked picture of iPhone 8's display assembly

 DPI?

DPI?

On the other hand, "Dots Per Inch" or DPI is used to measure the resolution of an image both on screen and in print.

When it comes to downloading apps, there are lots of apk files available on the Internet. These apk files are categorized by various factors including processor types and DPI values, which represents a device's display density that helps the users to know what type of content can fit on the screen.

Step 1:
 

Step 1:

In order to find DPI value of your phone, you need to install "Display Info" app from Play Store.

Step 2: Now look at the Density field and head on to the site,w where you download your APK files. Now check out the value of DPI mentioned in the name.

Step 3: If you didn't get the exact DPI value, go for the higher version than yours.

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