I have some issues with the latest version (26.0.1410.58) of Chrome for Android.
It seems that Chrome uses DIP (device independent pixel) for all CSS related values.
If so, this would be without doubt totally wrong!
This becomes an issue as soon as you are on a device which device pixel ratio is greater than 1.0.
I tested this on a Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000). And Chrome is the only browser which is doing it all wrong. Android’s native Browser, which is also based on Webkit, is doing fine.
I don’t know that Android is doing it wrong…they are doing it differently though.
>…on the Android operating system a device-independent pixel is equivalent to one physical pixel on a 160 dpi screen, while the Windows Presentation Foundation specifies one device independent pixel as equivalent to 1/96th of an inch.