What video resolution is commonplace in video conferencing?

Many mobile video conferencing solutions such as Apple FaceTime are not high definition. In fact, most Apple FaceTime calls on iOS devices are HVGA-resolution (480 x 368) over Wi-Fi 1. CounterPath Bria mobile clients for iOS and Android are allows maximum of CIF resolutions (352 x 288), Avaya Scopia Mobile is limited to VGA and Skype only enable HD video (720p) on iPhone 5 or newer as well as 4th generation iPads or newer. As video proliferates throughout an enterprise due to smartphones, tablets and laptops, it should be noted that the most common front-facing cameras support a maximum of 720p and will be the dominant resolution and encoding requirement. For example:

 

Laptops

Tablets

Phones

Acer C720 Chrome Book

0.9 MP

(1280x720)

720p

iPad Air

1.2 MP

(1280x960)

720p

iPhone5s

1.2 MP

(1280x960)

720p

Lenovo T440s

0.9 MP

(1280x720)

720p/30fps

iPad Mini

0.3 MP

(640x480)

VGA

iPhone5

1.2 MP

(1280x960)

720p

13” MacBook Air

1.3 MP

(1280x1024)

720p

iPad2

0.3 MP

(640x480)

VGA

iPhone 4S

0.3 MP

(640x480)

VGA

HP Spectre x2

(HP TrueVision HD Webcam)

1.3 MP

(1280x1024)

720p

Google

Nexus 10

2MP

(1600x1200)

720p

Samsung Galaxy S4

2 MP (1600x1200)

720p

 

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

 2 MP

(1600x1200)

720p

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

 2 MP

(1600x1200)

720p

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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