yes. Canon and the other imaging gear makers all use "dots" trying to obscure the real resolution (in pixels) and create a wrong impression of "hi-resolution" display. In reality 3690k dots are only about 1280 x 960 pixels = "1990s standard" SXGA resolution.It's 3.6 million dots, not pixels. I get the impression that Canon means: 1.2 million green dots, 1.2 million red dots and 1.2 million blue dots, which probably boils down to 1.2 million real pixels.
Obviously they really believe their customers are too stupid to figure it out.