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Where can I find a comparison of Android devices?

Is there any list with devices and their params? I'd like to know if this device is ldpi/mdpi/hdpi and what screen it is small/normal/large/etc.

For now most important for me is to know how Galaxy Note is described by those params?

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The most comprehensive list I've ever seen is this arcticle from Wikipedia:

There are no DPIs, but there are resolutions and screen sizes.

Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy Note is not listed there, but it has 5.3 inch display and has 800x1280 resolution.

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Yeah, I've seen it. Without dpi I cannot really know what layout the device will choose without having them. – Mikooos Dec 2 '11 at 12:44
You can use this simple formula to calculate DPI of each device given sceen resolution and size: DPI = sqrt(w^2+h^2)/s, where "w" and "h" are screen resolution and "s" is size. Using this formula for Note, it has DPI = 285. You can do it in spreadsheet, if you don't mind. – nonsleepr Dec 2 '11 at 20:56
But still if you are programmer you don't know what is it DPI. For example HTC Flyer and Samsung Galaxy Tab (first generation) has the same resolution size etc. BUT one is HDPI and the second is MDPI device. – Mikooos Dec 12 '11 at 12:25

I couldn't find a list, so I made one myself with DPI :

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List of displays by pixel density, which include many consumer devices.

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