In my article “Low Power LCD: Adafruit Breakout Board with Sharp Memory Display,” I used a 96×96 Sharp Display (LS013B4DN04) with the Adafruit breakout board. But because that one seems to be EOL (End Of Life), I searched for a replacement. I have found the 128×128 pixel version (Sharp LS013B7DH03), and best of all, it is pin compatible! With a small tweak of the driver, it works.
I disconnected the original display and inserted the cable for the new display into the Adafruit breakout board:
Supporting the new display with Processor Expert was a matter of minutes: adding a property for the new display resolution and everything worked out of the box:
To me, the 128×128 display is even better than the 96×96 one: not only a higher resolution, but in my view, it has better contrast and view angle:
The component will be available with the next component release, or you can get it now from the GitHub (links below) repository (tinyK20 with Kinetis Design Studio project).