Hisense Will Release The World’s First Color Ink-Screen Reading Smartphone


Hisense will release the world's first color ink-screen reading smartphone

At the CES 2020 at the beginning of this year, Hisense demonstrated the world’s first color ink-screen reading smartphone. Obviously, it attracted a lot of attention. Today, the company announced that at the 2020 China Digital Reading Cloud Conference on April 23, Hisense will release the world’s first color ink-screen reading smartphone.

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The biggest highlight of Hisense’s color ink-screen reading smartphone is the screen (oddly enough). It will use the world’s latest color printing technology combined with e-paper display technology to display 4096 colors. Reading does not hurt your eyes. Also, the screen has an ultra-low power consumption.

Hisense will release the world's first color ink-screen reading smartphone

In addition, like the black and white ink screen, the color ink screen also has the characteristics of the regular ink screen. Thus, the screen itself does not emit light but relies on natural light imaging. So the screen itself does not produce any blue light and other harmful light. So you can read books without blue light damage during the day. Night reading uses the built-in front warm light source and relies on diffuse reflection display. This greatly reduces the damage of blue light to the eyes.

In terms of content, Hisense Color Ink Reader will also cooperate with Jingdong Reading, Palm Reading, QQ Reading, Migu Reading, People Reading, and other major content platforms to optimize the reading experience and unlock multi-level and multi-dimensional reading scenarios.

Apart from this, the company also said that at the press conference on April 23, Hisense Mobile will also bring its latest educational eye protection tablet.

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