When is WVGA not WVGA? When it's the display resolution of the Google Nexus One, apparently. For anyone who has wondered why text and sharp-edged graphics on their Google smartphone look unduly fuzzy, the answer might be in the AMOLED display technology. According to Luke Hutchison (and his trusty magnifier), the PenTile tech used in the panel results in less than the number of true RGB pixels you'd expect from what's billed as an 480 x 800 display. Instead, he thinks Nexus One owners are getting more like 392 x 653.