Samsung's 6-Inch 4K AMOLED Display with More 700 ppi Might Be Used in Note 5 Next Year

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With the usage of the 4K display technology in the latest smartphones from a handful of manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Lenovo and other few, the high-res display will soon become a regular affair in the smartphone world. At least, it looks like it will be.

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However, no smartphone maker has come up with the second device with a 4K display. However, if the report from PhoneArena is to be taken into account, Samsung could possibly be the first smartphone maker to launch the second 4K display featuring smartphone. However, since it is the next generation Galaxy Note smartphone that is being referred to here, Samsung has high chances of loosing the crown.

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Samsung's 6-Inch 4K AMOLED Display Might Be Used in Note 5 Next Year

The South Korean tech giant normally launches the Note smartphone every year around August, and since the new 5.9-inch Ultra HD Super AMOLED display with 700+ppi is tipped to be delivered to Samsung by August 2015, than it would be probably be late to become the first smarpthone maker to come with a 2nd QHD display featuring phone.
Whatever be the consequences then, at the moment, it's just Samsung which has its name written over the QHD display for next generation flagship device.

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The fact that the aforementioned 5.9-inch Ultra HD Super AMOLED display with 700+ppi pixel density is being called as the part of Note 5 is quite reasonable. Moreover, at the Semiconductor and Display Technology Roadmap workshop held back in January, Samsung presenters hinted again at higher-resolution UHD smartphone displays in the pipeline.

However, that doesn't mean we know anything about the Galaxy Note 5 at the moment. The company has not spoken about the new display or even Galaxy Note 5 until now.

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