A rumour has sprung out of the blue, suggesting that Samsung’s upcoming phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, will sport a 5.7″ display.
Despite the size being identical to it’s predecessor, they have upgraded it in terms of the resolution.
The Note 4 has a QHD display resolution of 1,440 x 2,560, with a pixel density of 551 PPI. If this is true, it will actually be higher than the 1080p display resolution of their current flagship device, the Galaxy S5.
The Note 4 will carry the model number N910x, with the ‘x’ representing the variants such as:
- 0 for Exynos
- 5 for Snapdragon
- 6 for LTE
- 2 for dual-SIM
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may also feature a 20.1 Megapixel Camera, could be powered by an Exynos Hexa or a Snapdragon 801, and is also rumoured to be water resistant.
We will update you on more about this.
via: GSM Arena