UPDATE: found out its a padding issue, is it possible to target android browsers using conditional CSS?
What about the padding?
I would have thought it’s more likely to be a line-height issue.
Anyway, it may not be Android…it might be Chrome on Android, or Dolphin, or whatever browser is being used.
That’s why it’s not usually a good idea to change the standard way inputs are rendered…you get variable results.
Are you using a framework? There may be some answers in their documentation.