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Mobile VGA240x320320x240640x480480x640
Mobile WVGA240x400480x800400x240800x480
Mobile iPhone320x480480x320640x960960x640
Mobile iPad1024x768768x1024
Tablet iPad 21024x1024
Mobile PSP480x272
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4:3176x144352x288720x540768x576
16:9864x486960x7201024x5761280x7201366x7681280x1080
others720x480720x486720x5761440x1024

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