LCD Driver Boosts HD Smart-Phone Apps
Groomed for high-definition (HD) smart-phone applications, Solomon Systech’s SSD2075 LCD driver supports HD720 HD amorphous silicon (a-Si) LCD panels. As an example, using an SSD2075 with a 4.5-in. panel enables the module to display 326 ppi. The device provides a small amplitude interface (MIPI DSI) to transfer mass data at high speeds and supports low-power operation. Images display via the latest Display Enhancement Engine, which enables color (saturation) enhancement, contrast enhancement, sharpness enhancement, sunlight readability enhancement, and color correction functions. Other features include support for a wide range of resolutions and panels including HD720 (720 RGB by 1280 dots for Android), HD QWERTY (720 RGB by 720 dots for QWERTY smart phone), DVGA (640 RGB by 960 dots), and WSVGA (600 RGB by 1024 dots). Speaking of chiseling down power consumption, the SSD2075 exploits a content-adaptive-brightness-control function that auto adjusts backlight power by analyzing and calculating image data. This promises to lower backlight power by about 60%. Samples of the SSD2075 are available now.
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