Unfortunately the MIPI-DSI specification only specifies the signals on the MIPI-DSI interface. Unlike other bus specifications (like USB and PCIe) MIPI-DSI does not specify a “standard” connector, hence almost every MIPI-DSI display module has different connectors. Unlike HDMI, or Display-Port, MIPI-DSI does not specify “standard” display timings and has no mechanism to query the display for the required timings.
Due to these two short comings of the MIPI-DSI specification, there is no “well supported” display for the MIPI-DSI port on the 410c. No matter what MIPI-DSI display you choose you will need to create a pin-out adapter to get from the 96Boards High Speed connector to the connectors on your specific display. You cannot hand wire this connection due to the very high speeds (1GHz+), and the very tight signal length matching requirements (sub millimeters).
Also since there are no standard MIPI-DSI timings you will need to modify the driver to generate the desired timings for the specific display you choose, fortunately we have a document on how to modify the software here: http://linaro.co/1hts9fS.
But don’t worry, 96Boards compatible displays are coming soon: https://youtu.be/IwPsZOBSQTc?t=21m5s
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