Japan Display began mass production of five-inch IPS screens with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels
The company Japan Display today announced the start of mass production of the display modules with a diagonal of 5 inches resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. This is an LCD panel (IPS) made using LTPS technology.
The manufacturer reports the reduction of power consumption and solving the problem with the flicker when the work frequency of 30 Hz. In the latter case has been used some new materials. Thanks to the ability of the screen to switch to the display of images with a frequency of 30 Hz and achieved energy savings. The image quality is supposedly without suffering.
Thanks to Pixel Eyes technology, the second generation of display has an even smaller frame, a more deep black color, and it recognizes the touch of wet fingers. In addition, the display driver of the new development is able to increase the resolution from Full HD to WQHD.
The rest can be noted the maximum brightness of 500 CD/m2, contrast 1500:1 and the coverage of the color space NTSC 96%.