The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will get a quad-HD display to rival that of the LG G3, reports from inside the company’s supply chain claim.
Tipped to measure 5.7 inches from corner to corner, the fourth-generation Note will have a resolution of 2560 x 1440 - the same as the G3 - and a pixel density of 515 per inch, considerably higher than the 386ppi of last year’s Note 3.
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Samsung is also rumoured to be developing a flagship version of the Galaxy S5, called the Galaxy F, which will also feature a QHD screen; the F is due to arrive later this year and ditch the S5’s plastic build in favour of a premium metal finish.
Finally, the rumour mills claim Samsung will announce two version of the Nite 4 - one with a regular QHD screen, and another with a curved OLED display.
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Samsung is expected to announce the Note 4 at a press conference during the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, which kicks off on 5 September and is where all previous Notes have been revealed.
Source: GSM Arena