That was an NOX Emulator screenshot - based on a Tablet, Samsung SM-G7106 (according to settings) @ 800x600, Unknown DPI.
Yes, it can be a tradeoff between the two, But I like the at-a-glance clarity of the split values. Even after my doubts, I find I do like the Y-axis labeling for a closer look at the High, Mid and Low ranges. For more resolution, I find the Y-axis increases sufficiently in Portrait mode.
I also have probably same tablet that I actually run that Solar screen on 24/7 I am happy with the results… however since I hacked in a 5.1.1 version I haven’t been able to find the correct screenshot method… or it simply doesn’t work any more, so nothing to display… but it looks very simular to my above emulated shot.
Thanks to the diversity of Android, every make, model and version (I have at least 7 variations in my possession).will display Widgets, icons and fonts just a bit differently, based on resolution, DPI, etc. I suspect that this is beyond the control of Blynk.