Android Screen Sizes

The Table bellow represent a lot of Android Devices Screen sizes:

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Device, Inches ResolutionPX, Density, DPI, ResolutionDP, AspectRatios, SysNavYorN, ContentResolutionDP
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Galaxy Y, 320 x 240, ldpi 0.75, 120, 427 x 320, 4:3, 1.3333, 427 x 320
? 400 x 240 ldpi 0.75 120 533 x 320 5:3 1.6667 533 x 320
? 432 x 240 ldpi 0.75 120 576 x 320 9:5 1.8000 576 x 320
Galaxy Ace 480 x 320 mdpi 1 160 480 x 320 3:2 1.5000 480 x 320
Nexus S 800 x 480 hdpi 1.5 240 533 x 320 5:3 1.6667 533 x 320
“Galaxy SIII Mini” 800 x 480 hdpi 1.5 240 533 x 320 5:3 1.6667 533 x 320
? 854 x 480 hdpi 1.5 240 569 x 320 427:240 1.7792 569 x 320

Galaxy SIII 1280 x 720 xhdpi 2 320 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
Galaxy Nexus 1280 x 720 xhdpi 2 320 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
HTC One X 4.7″ 1280 x 720 xhdpi 2 320 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
Nexus 5 5″ 1920 x 1080 xxhdpi 3 480 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 YES 592 x 360
Galaxy S4 5″ 1920 x 1080 xxhdpi 3 480 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
HTC One 5″ 1920 x 1080 xxhdpi 3 480 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
Galaxy Note III 5.7″ 1920 x 1080 xxhdpi 3 480 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
HTC One Max 5.9″ 1920 x 1080 xxhdpi 3 480 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
Galaxy Note II 5.6″ 1280 x 720 xhdpi 2 320 640 x 360 16:9 1.7778 640 x 360
Nexus 4 4.4″ 1200 x 768 xhdpi 2 320 600 x 384 25:16 1.5625 YES 552 x 384
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Device, Inches ResolutionPX, Density, DPI, ResolutionDP, AspectRatios, SysNavYorN, ContentResolutionDP
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? 800 x 480 mdpi 1 160 800 x 480 5:3 1.6667 800 x 480
? 854 x 480 mdpi 1 160 854 x 480 427:240 1.7792 854 x 480
Galaxy Mega 6.3″ 1280 x 720 hdpi 1.5 240 853 x 480 16:9 1.7778 853 x 480
Kindle Fire HD 7″ 1280 x 800 hdpi 1.5 240 853 x 533 8:5 1.6000 853 x 533
Galaxy Mega 5.8″ 960 x 540 tvdpi 1.33333 213.333 720 x 405 16:9 1.7778 720 x 405
Sony Xperia Z Ultra 6.4″ 1920 x 1080 xhdpi 2 320 960 x 540 16:9 1.7778 960 x 540

Kindle Fire (1st & 2nd gen) 7″ 1024 x 600 mdpi 1 160 1024 x 600 128:75 1.7067 1024 x 600
Tesco Hudl 7″ 1400 x 900 hdpi 1.5 240 933 x 600 14:9 1.5556 933 x 600
Nexus 7 (1st gen/2012) 7″ 1280 x 800 tvdpi 1.33333 213.333 960 x 600 8:5 1.6000 YES 912 x 600
Nexus 7 (2nd gen/2013) 7″ 1824 x 1200 xhdpi 2 320 912 x 600 38:25 1.5200 YES 864 x 600
Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 1920 x 1200 xhdpi 2 320 960 x 600 8:5 1.6000 960 x 600
? 800 x 480 ldpi 0.75 120 1067 x 640 5:3 1.6667 1067 x 640
? 854 x 480 ldpi 0.75 120 1139 x 640 427:240 1.7792 1139 x 640

Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ 1920 x 1200 hdpi 1.5 240 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ 2560 x 1600 xhdpi 2 320 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
Galaxy Tab 2 10″ 1280 x 800 mdpi 1 160 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
Galaxy Tab 3 10″ 1280 x 800 mdpi 1 160 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
ASUS Transformer 10″ 1280 x 800 mdpi 1 160 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
ASUS Transformer 2 10″ 1920 x 1200 hdpi 1.5 240 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
Nexus 10 10″ 2560 x 1600 xhdpi 2 320 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
Galaxy Note 10.1 10″ 2560 x 1600 xhdpi 2 320 1280 x 800 8:5 1.6000 1280 x 800
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Device, Inches ResolutionPX, Density, DPI, ResolutionDP, AspectRatios, SysNavYorN, ContentResolutionDP
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Sorry about the bad format!!!
In additional to the data above, here is some more information:

A set of six generalized densities:
ldpi (low) ~120dpi
mdpi (medium) ~160dpi
hdpi (high) ~240dpi
xhdpi (extra-high) ~320dpi
xxhdpi (extra-extra-high) ~480dpi
xxxhdpi (extra-extra-extra-high) ~640dpi

The ldpi, mdpi and hdpi refer to screen density, which means how much pixels can fit into a single inch.

the ratio in pixels between them is:

ldpi = 1:0.75
mdpi = 1:1
hdpi = 1:1.5
xhdpi = 1:2
xxhdpi = 1:3
xxxhdpi = 1:4
so lets take an image with about the size of 100X100:

for mdpi it should be 100X100
for ldpi it should be 75X75
for hdpi it should be 150X150
for xhdpi it should be 200X200
for xxhdpi it should be 300X300
for xxxhdpi it should be 400X400

this way, for screens with the same size but different DPI, all the images seem the same size on screen.

Also you have multiple screen size types small, normal, large, xlarge and each one of them can be ldpi, mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi (Nexus 10) or xxxhdpi.

You can try to create a splash screen image that fit to each and every screen type which gives you 4*5 = 20 different images.

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