well 240x320@143 is pretty much the same as 144, however it will look larger than the 320x428@144, which so far is my favourite settings on donut and eclair.
The larger the ppi value, the smaller everything looks, since it tries to fit the 160 pixels onto a screen, which is physically only 143 pixels per inch, 240x320 @107 should look larger than at 144, since it only needs to display 107 pixels per inch.
If you imagine a square of pixels 100x100 then at a ppi of 107 it will take up almost all the screen, however if you have the same 100x100 square at 144 ppi there will be 44 pixels not covered. Since the physical
screen area is 240x320 pixels this makes the square on the 144 ppi screen seem smaller.
Confused? I was too until I actually worked it all out, but trust me, thats the way it is , larger ppi=more screen area.
Just a thought, but if we use ppi numbers that are 'square' then we may get cleaner looking screens, since pixels are square, incidentally, 144 is 12^2, so using a squared value may mean less distortion at the pixel level, as I said, just a thought
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