Casio could have stumbled upon a display that could yet bring HD video onto mobile devices. How so, you ask? For starters, don’t let the 2″ (measured diagonally) size fool you as it relies on a new hyper amorphous silicon LCD that has an extremely small pixel structure along with a 15.5 micron dot pitch. The final result is a resolution of 960 x 540 at a dense 546 dots per inch, making the final image look like near-print quality. It will still carry 16.7 million colors as well as a 160-degree viewing angle just like regular 320 x 240 LCDs. No idea on when these new 2″ LCDs will ship with products, but expect next generation phones, cameras and PMPs to feature ever crisper and sharper displays.