We have seen the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 already making its mark on the world. Since the day of its official unveiling, alongside the new Galaxy Note Edge, the handset has created a lot of stir among users. But we already have some details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
The guys over at Phone Arena have come across some tip that says next year's Note 5 will arrive with a 5.9-inch UHD 4K (2,160 x 3,840) resolution AMOLED display. The display panels for the same, that were already confirmed last November via its own roadmap, are set to go on production next August.
"We got tipped that Samsung will start mass-producing a 5.9" Ultra HD Super AMOLED display with 700+ppi next August, which puts manufacturing plans just in the timeframe for the Note 5 release, if everything goes according to traditions," Phone Arena writes.
While the details are few and far, the report claims that a 5.9-inch display with a resolution of 2,160 x 3,840 will indeed come close to 746ppi. "As for the rest of the specs, we surely hope that the screen-to-phone ratio will be improved, as using a larger display would make the next Note even bigger than it is now," the report adds.
"We can also reasonably expect a Snapdragon 810 chipset, which will be ready for prime time then, and a higher resolution camera with optical image stabilisation."
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