French company announces microdisplay with SXGA resolution

The French company MicroOLED announced a 0.61 inch diagonal, 5.4MP microdisplay to can provide SXGA resolution (1280×1024). This resolution is more than double of the Sony's XGA (1,024 x 768 pixel) OLED panel that is currently used in the Sony NEX-7, a77 and a65 cameras. This is what the CEO of MicroOLED Eric Marcellin-Dibon said about their new product:

“We are really excited by the market potential of our new 5.4 million pixel density 0.61 inch diagonal OLED microdisplay that is superior in picture quality to any product in its category. This OLED microdisplay is already creating quite a stir among world leaders in imaging products who commend the high pixel density and the remarkable image quality. Moreover, the current trend in replacing optics with electronics components fits excellently with our ability to produce this exceptional picture quality in miniature format. We see many opportunities opening up in existing applications and new markets as a result.”

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