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Ok, When i'm browsing XDA's theme collection for CM7, I see all themes are named like "Black theme, HDPI only!" etc.
I think any of them works with Blade, but what does it stand for? I think Blade is LDPI?

Thanx! :)

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Blade is HDPI because it has a High Dots Per Inch display (800x480 on a 3.5 inch screen is pretty decent). You could also describe the iPhone's Retina Display as HDPI. A device such as the HTC Wildfire, with a resolution of just 320x240 would be LDPI.

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Thank you very much! :)

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blade is HDPI

Ok, When i'm browsing XDA's theme collection for CM7, I see all themes are named like "Black theme, HDPI only!" etc.
I think any of them works with Blade, but what does it stand for? I think Blade is LDPI?

Thanx! :)




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