VGA (Video Graphics Array) - definition
Video Graphics Array or, VGA is a popular display standard developed by IBM and introduced in 1987. It is inbuilt in graphics block in a m-board. To get connected devices should have VGA support inbuilt, means VGA cable or port, by which devices can communicate or send/receive the video signal. IN another words it can be described as “a computing standard that has a resolution of 640 × 480 pixels with 16 colors or of 320 × 200 pixels with 256 colors”. In modern, phone VGA camera denotes to camera resolution which is equivalent to 0.3 megapixels. The screen size is 640(W) x 480(H) pixel.