Not so long ago the representative of the Taiwan company HTC told to journalists that they managed to solve a problem of too short work of gadgets from the built-in accumulators. And here, apparently, the company found how in the best way to use the opening.
The answer as it appeared, disappeared in the technology developed by engineers of other company – Qualcomm. This technology is called as Mirasol and represents absolutely new format of displays with permission of 577 points to inch. Earlier prototypes of such screens with a diagonal of 5,1 inches and 1,5 inches were already shown to journalists. The biggest difference of this technology from analogs already existing in the market is that Mirasol displays consume in 6 times less energy, rather than LCD and OLED matrixes. In other words, these screens can work constantly some days in a row without additional charge. You can remember, how these displays look, having watched video is slightly lower.
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According to insider sources of the company Bloomberg, HTC can already present the clever hours based on the Mirasol display, next week within the Mobile World Congress exhibition. These hours will be based in many respects on already existing Toq model which has been let out by the company Qualcomm, with some small distinctions.
Besides the unique Mirasol display, we can count on wireless additional charge of a gadget, possibility to answer on phone calls directly from the screen of the hours, the built-in calendar, the convenient menu for management of a MP3 player, and also possibility of reading SMS messages directly from the screen.
The insider also argues that the HTC company develops at once two models of clever hours. The second model will be positioned, as «an electronic bracelet for fans of music which uses all power of the Google Now service». Well, it was necessary to wait official announcements and to see everything own eyes.