I'm new to this forums, but I'm actually pretty excited on working with LCDs.
I've got myself two LCD blocks, one from Nokia 3220, and one from Nokia 6230.
Both cellphones are OK, but I've never used them for a log time, and now it's time to find them a better use.
I've read all this post, trying to find any references to these two phones, but I've never found anything interesting or a reply.
I've found some interesting information on the 3220 one (reference 4850829 according to Nokia, it's also the same one for 7260, 6020, 6021 and the external screen of the N90).
According to the official RH-37 (Nokia 3220) service manual documentation:
RH-37 has a 130 x 130 16 bpp (bits per pixel) active matrix color display. The number of
colours is 64k, i.e. 16 bits. The LCD Interface is using serial 9-bit data transfer. The LCD
display is connected to transceiver PWB by board-to-board connector.
The shape of the connector and display
I'll try to find information about the 6230 LCD.
In my country, the 3220 phones are pretty common, so if there is a anyway to make this LCD work with a PC interface or something, it would be awesome.