Sharp to debut 7 inch tablet with MEMS and IGZO display technology in 2015

Sharp has announced that it will introduce a new 7 inch tablet that will boast two different display technologies. The tablet which will be ready by 2015 will have Sharp’s own energy-efficient IGZO tech, and Qualcomm’s light-reflecting Mirasol project.

Sharp tablet

The tablet which still has no name as yet will have high-speed display on thin panels.  This combined display will provide the tablet with a battery life of monochrome e-ink display. It is touted that the tablets will have higher color production and low power consumption. The tablet will have a 7-inch screen with a 1280×800 resolution and wil be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and run Android 4.4 out of the box. It will support LTE/3G and WiFi models and is noted to be IPX5 and IPX7 waterproof. 

Sharp will roll out the tablet in 2015 however there is no word on price and market availability of the tablet.


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