A screen pixel would be composed of three 'dots' (RGB). They switched to reporting dots for camera screens and EVFs for pure marketing reasons to make the screens sound higher resolution than they really are.Really? Measuring the EVF or back LCD in "dots" is exactly what those sensors are. Maybe you'd rather they call them "pixels" and use the same number
No it is not.That would be what they're doing with the (Bayer) sensor!
The final output from a sensor has one full RGB pixel per sensor pixel with the additional color information derived from neighboring pixels. This is distinctly different from camera screens where the reported number of dots leads a consumer to believe the screen is comparable to a monitor of a particular class when in fact it's comparable to a much lower resolution monitor. It has no relationship to Bayer what so ever. Your EVF/rear screen shows a fully demosaiced JPEG.the sensor is actually "dots" and not "pixels".