In fact, I don’t know what exact panel it is. But I did have a datasheet indicating its power on sequence. Its VDD usage, GPIO signals, and initialization MIPI-DSI commands are completely different than the default “nte300nts” panel. I modified 4 files in the AOSP kernel including panel driver, regulator driver, and device tree. I also reconfigured the kernel to make sure the proper drivers were loaded.
In that case, if you are looking for something you can plug and play, I don’t think my panel is a good choice for you. I guess the default driver is for this “official” panel: http://www.lenovator.com/product/102.html So maybe you can have a try. If you have other panels and want to port the driver, you had better find a proper interface board (or make one if possible) and get the power on sequence of the panel first. Then you can try to figure out what to do with the driver.
Hope this information is helpful.