You might have heard Qualcomm in manufacturing those super-powered tiny mobile chips which has been mostly found packed inside the high-end Android devices, and most popular among them is Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Sony Xperia Z etc. But many of you won’t know that the company also have a good record in making some efficient mobile tracking devices and satellite phone which have been widely used around the globe.
However the company has been working on a new line of interferomatric modulator displays for the past few years and finaly come up with something really stunning. The project has been known to the public under the names of “Mirasol”, and this time it has produced one of the best display screens ever. A brand new 5.1-inch display has been shown by the company on the occasion of the SID display week in Vancouver that took placed yesterday.
The new 5.1-inch Mirasol display has a rocking 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution which is said to be 2k HD display which has a stunning 557 ppi Pixel density which is just breathtaking and sets a new limit for the higher density pixel per inch screens. We have known some real stunning displays with high pixel per inch density ratios of 441 ppi found in a 4.99- inch Samsung Galaxy S4 while the other one with 469-ppi found in HTC One with a 4.7-inch display.
With this new technology display Mirasol it seems like this will be the most anticipated display technology for some future smartphones. The best thing is that it is much more energy efficient than the ones like LCD or OLED screens that have been used in the most smartphones currently available in the market. But this new Mirasol display despite being energy efficient also found to be much more crisp, bright and clear than the ones being used in current gadgets.
In addition to this, the new Mirasol display technology it’s going to be extremely easy to use a gadget under direct sunlight and in any kind of ambient with bright exterior light. However, last we heard of Mirasol, the word was the panels were not yet ready for mass production and commercial release, with research and development set to go on for at least a few more years.