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Screen Sizes

When describing a screen, we talk about 2 different dimensions. While one is the screen's physical size, such as 32 inches, the other is the resolution that determines the maximum number of pixels that can be found on the screen. Screen sizes and resolutions show a dizzying variety depending on device brand and model. However, some standard resolutions can be used in common with screen resolutions 1 or 2 steps larger or smaller. Let's examine them from the largest to the smallest according to the device type.

A standard computer monitor has a 16 by 9 ratio. Let's repeat a little information here. The number of pixels arranged horizontally and vertically on a screen indicates resolution, and the unit of measure is pixels. (Burada pixel kelimeisnin nereden türeidğin i gstereceğiz.)  Almost the smallest resolution for a 16 p by 9 p monitor is 1280 by720. Many devices in recent years have come with 1920 p by 1080 p resolution standardly. This size is also called FullHD. 2K, 4K, 6K and 8K resolutions follow. Although we use 1920 p by 1080 p resolution as the base for the projects targeting computer monitors, we may also be designing a screen for 8K on a TV-based device.

For tablets, resolution sizes of 1024 p by 768 p and 1280 p by 720 p are the general standard. The aspect ratio of the devices released by the brands determines this standard. The smaller is very rare but found on tablets with higher resolutions.

On phones, 375 p by 812 p is the basic size. This size and ratio are almost common to mostly all devices.

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