Sony announced a new 0.23″ 640480 (VGA, but Sony refers to it as nHD+) OLED microdisplay aimed for wearable devices. The microdisplay features a pixel pitch of 7.8μm and a 110% NTSC color gamut. Sony aims to ship this display in 2015. Sony says that the new microdisplay, while being smaller (and with a lower resolution) compared to their current 0.5″ product, it offers a higher performance. The contrast ratio has been improved from 10,000:1 to 100,000:1, the brightness enhanced from 200 to 800 cd/m 2 and the power consumption has been slashed frmo 400 to 140 mW. The viewing angle has also been improved. Read more about Sony announces a new 0.23" VGA OLED microdisplay for wearable applications

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