New details about the upcoming Note 4 have shown up on Samsung’s official website in form of a User Agent Profile that suggest the phablet will feature a 5.7″ QHD display.
Samsungs latest S-pen phablet isn’t due up for an official announcement for another three months, but the device has been spotted on the Samsung mobile website in the form of a user agent profile that confirms its display size. Codenamed SM-910A, the latest leak backs up ealier reports from GSMArena that suggested we would see a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) after one of their sources spotted the device on the Indian import tracking site Zauba.
Typically, the Galaxy Note series has grown by about 0.2″ with each generation but for those expecting a 5.9, or even 6.0-inch display will be sadly disappointed. It has been rumored that the Note 4 could feature a three sided YOUM display or even a curved display like the one found on the Galaxy Round and LG G Flex.
Other rumors have indicated that the Note 4 will be water resistant and pack a 20.1MP camera like the Galaxy S5. Judging by the similarities between the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the new Note powered by a Snapdragon 801 or Exynos 5433, depending on the region its sold in.