Samsung Galaxy Note 5 To Sport A UHD Display [REPORT]

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    The South-Koren giant Samsung, in an Analyst Days presentation slides confirmed that the upcoming 2015 smartphones will have a Ultra HD 2160 x 3840 pixels Super AMOLED displays.

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 To Sport A UHD Display [REPORT]

    Earlier, at the Semiconductor and Display Technology Roadmap workshop last year, the company has hinted that they are having the higher-resolution UHD smartphone displays in the kitty.

    Anyhow, these were termed as "diamond pixel" term, which is a fancy way to say a non-standard pixel matrix arrangement, that is closer to PenTile, than the standard RGB stripe matrix.

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    Moreover, Samsung will equip this UHD Super AMOLED displays in the Galaxy Note 5 and the will start the display production in August, with the announcement around the IFA 2015 expo.

    So the diagonals of the Note 5 is said to be 5.78-inch for the dual edge Note 5 and 5.89-inches for the regular, flat display version. These will have 762ppi and 748ppi, respectively or even higher pixel density ever attempted on a smartphone.

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    Meanwhile on the other hand Galaxy S6 and S6 edge smartphones go on sale beginning Friday, April 10 in twenty major markets across the globe.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 To Sport A UHD Display [REPORT]

    And the analysts say Samsung could ship as many as 50 million Galaxy S6 units this year. Anyhow, the company's last flagship smartphone Galaxy S5 did not sell well, so the company is expecting to turn the fortune around.



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