No, it isn't!
But, what do you want to use it for? Look at the data sheet of the TC358762 (i.e. from here http://static6.arrow.com/aropdfconversi ... 762xbg.pdf
) to know what it is doing (DSI->DPI Bridge),
It support up to 864×480 at 60 fps (or 1280×720 at 30 fps) means you could hardly use it with larger TFT modules anyhow.
Better to opt for a bridge chip which support FHD. Best would be possibility of using DSI natively (without any bridge logic)