The provider of video display processing technologies, Pixelworks (NASDAQ: PXLW), announced today that their brand new True Clarity video enhancement feature would be incorporate in upcoming ASUS Smartphones. The Iris video display processor will be incorporated in ASUS’s upcoming ZenFone 3 Ultra. The combination will look to push the boundaries of mobile video to a whole new level, while enhancing the consumer’s experience.
Aside from the video improvements, the ZenFone 3 Ultra will also feature an impressive 6.8 inch LCD screen, which is capable of display full HD resolution of 1920×1080. With the addition of the Iris, users will be able to control the phone’s back light, which will give them additional control over the phone’s battery life. Sports fans will love the new combination, since it’ll give them the ability to watch their favorite sports in brilliant quality and easier than ever before.
Pixelworks is known for their innovative video display processing technologies, which are designed for video applications that need the most impressive image quality imaginable. The company is based out of San Jose, California and is traded under the ticker PXLW. Those that wish to learn more about the Iris display video processors are advised to visit the company’s website at Pixelworks.com. The company’s video display processor offers an array of impressive enhancements, including daylight viewing, backlight management, the reduction of motion blue, and streaming improvements.
In order related news, the company’s stock has received an average consensus rating of 1.75 or Buy from the four brokers, which cover it, as reported by Zacks Investment Research. Brokers have also set a 12-month consensus target price of $3.38 for the stock. During the day’s trading session, the stock climbed .23 cents to close at $1.96. The change equated to a 13.29% increase.