Rohm is showing off at this week's Ceatec exhibition a prototype full-colour OLED screen that's smaller than a fingernail, yet offers resolution of 320 pixels by 240 pixels. The tiny display, which measures approximately 4 millimeters (mm) by 3 mm, is embedded in a prototype chip and is designed for use in a video-camera viewfinder, said Yasufumi Ueno, a Rohm spokesman.

Plans to commercialize the prototype display are not yet confirmed.

The company is also developing a tiny OLED display with a resolution of 640 pixels by 480 pixels, but did not offer a date for when it will be ready.

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