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Onyx responds to HiSense with an even better e-ink screen! Know the details

During CES 2020 several brands and manufacturers presented interesting products and concepts. One of them was HiSense with a mobile phone whose screen uses “digital ink” or e-ink, the technology used for eBook readers. However, HiSense wasn’t the only one with the idea.

E-reader maker Onyx introduced a few years ago prototypes of mobile phones with e-ink displays. These are panels lacking OLED or AMOLED technologies that have gigantic battery life because they do not light up pixels.

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Prototype of Onyx e-ink mobile phone

The project however seems to have fallen into oblivion in the public eye. It was at CES 2020 that Onyx returned with a new prototype. Possible specs or dates have not been revealed but take a look at the cover video.

Low refresh rates are the problem with e-ink displays.

Considering the technology, e-ink displays do not offer the same fluidity as a smartphone screen. Actually, the refresh rates are very low because their main purpose is just reading books. However, Onyx claims that its prototype expands this concept.

Your phone supposedly has 4 different speeds, Normal, Speed, A2 and X Mode. These modes were not shown on video or specified by the manufacturer but should increase the equipment refresh rate.

Android 9 will be included

From the little information given by Onyx, the operating system of choice will be Android Pie. However, it is not certain whether Google will certify such a mobile phone because of its obvious limitations.

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