In this post, we will understand the difference between VGA and SVGA −
It can be expanded as Video Graphics Arrays.
It was developed by IBM.
It supports small resolution videos and images.
It has a maximum resolution of 640×480.
It has memory of up to 256k.
It doesn’t include supplementary memory.
It can be expanded as Super Video Graphics Arrays.
It was developed by NEC Home Electronics.
It supports large resolution videos and images.
It provides a maximum resolution of 1024×760.
It has memory of up to 1024k.
It includes supplementary memory.