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Old October 4th, 2011, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Because I've been so hungry for even the slightest pic of this device I'm gonna go ahead and blindly believe this is the read deal!

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Rather awkward vertical resolution: are they subtracting the pixels needed for the software buttons (ex. 1280 - 96 for buttons = 1184)?
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Rather awkward vertical resolution: are they subtracting the pixels needed for the software buttons (ex. 1280 - 96 for buttons = 1184)?
They're subtracting for the buttons AND the notification area.
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They're subtracting for the buttons AND the notification area.
As I calculated in Nexus Prime forum, 96 pixels equates to only 0.3" vertically. So it must be just soft buttons. Total screen size with 1280 X 720 is close to 4.6".
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As I calculated in Nexus Prime forum, 96 pixels equates to only 0.3" vertically. So it must be just soft buttons. Total screen size with 1280 X 720 is close to 4.6".
It certainly looks like a good sized screen to me, and pretty thin as well...but obviously pretty hard to judge for sure by that pic.
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