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Liquid crystal display driver features GIP technology

14 Jun 2012

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Solomon Systech has announced the unveiling of SSD2075, a liquid crystal display driver for high-definition (HD) amorphous silicon (a-Si) panels using gate-in-panel (GIP) technology. The new display driver is pegged to be one of the best solutions for HD smartphones. By adopting SSD2075 to a 4.5in panel, the display module will be 326ppi. The SSD2075 is said to contribute to the production of HD panels using conventional amorphous silicon, so that the supply is guaranteed and the cost remains highly competitive. It also possesses a small amplitude interface (MIPI DSI) to transfer mass data at high speeds. The display driver also supports a low-power operation, making it ideal for smartphone applications.

The SSD2075 has the capacity to display images through the newly developed Display Enhancement Engine, which enables color (saturation), contrast, sharpness, and sunlight readability enhancements, and color correction functions, making the images more vivid and clearer. Other features include support for a wide range of resolutions including HD720, HD QWERT, DVGA and WSVGA; and excellent display enhancement functions, which improves contrast, sharpness and sunlight readability. The driver also comes with a content adaptive brightness control (CABC) reducing power consumption by 60% via the adjustment of the backlight power.

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