The resolution reported in the Settings window shows a number near half of the actual pixel resolution on devices where density is high. Android itself provides info on the device, and reports density to be “high” above 240dpi. In those conditions, Lemur assumes that a user will want the benefit of high-res display rather than screen estate. A 960×460 template on a high dpi device would actually use 960*2 x 460*2 = 1920×940 pixels on the device itself. To that resolution we should add 44 points for the top bar (which actually occupies 88pixels on high-dpi device).