I set the screen resolution of Raspi Zero W to 720×480 and use it now.
The LCD down converts to 480×320 of the native resolution.
The touch panel can be used by installing an appropriate driver provided by the manufacturer.
I used a 7cm short cable of mini HDMI type-C(plug) = HDMI type-A(socket) for HDMI connection.
Remove the socket cover for the type-A side connector for thinning.
download the file on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2644865
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