Leaked User Agent Suggests Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Will Feature a 5.7-inch QHD Display

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.

New details about the upcoming Note 4
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.

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.



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