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Wide QVGA refers to any resolution that has the same height as QVGA, but is wider than it. WQVGA is used with widescreen computer displays quite often. Generally speaking, a QVGA image would be 320 pixels wide, whereas a resize for 16:10 would change it to 384 pixels wide, for example. This would quality is a WQVGA image.