Talked about the Quad-HD resolution screens on almost high-end smartphones was truely overwhelming. Now, speaking about Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specs, which according to reports, is of course rumored to come with a 5.9-inch display with an over-the-top crazy Ultra HD Super AMOLED display, also called the ‘4K’ resolution.
Samsung although been testing its development of a 4K AMOLED display for a long time now, and today, we here got a new piece of information suggesting the first phone to integrated with it is the Galaxy Note 5. According to Phonearena, tipped that Samsung is working on a 5.9-inch Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) panel boasting of over 700ppi, with plans to mass production the panel by August 2015.
Almost the Samsung 4K AMOLED screen is 6″ in diagonal and packs a pixel density of 743ppi. This basically puts the manufacturing plans for the screen right alongside the time frame for the Note 5 release, Apparently, the Note 5 is expected to be introduced at IFA 2015 event in Berlin next year.
Trust flow, at the event last year, the Korean electronics giant revealed that it was working on developing Ultra HD displays with a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, with plans for 2015 mass production. So far the source of this hint remains unidentified and not only Samsung, LG is already in this race too.
With LG eying 600 to 700ppi displays that the company says should be achievable soon enough. Even Sharp has been reportedly working on 4K displays for mobile phones with the 5.5 to 6-inch panel range. If the Samsung’s 5.9-inch 4K display achieved, then, how huge of a Note device are we to expect? Do we really need a mobile display at 700ppi?
However, the Galaxy Note family of smartphones grow ever so larger in terms of display, so a 6″ would be logical evolutionary step for the Galaxy Note 5. Hopefully the company will improve the screen-to-phone ratio to avoid making the device as tall as the Nexus 6.
A recent set of alleged specifications of the rumored Galaxy S6 smartphone points to be powered by an Exynos 7420 SoC, which would have four Cortex-A57 cores and four Cortex-A53. The same configuration goes with the Galaxy Note 5 as well?
Samsung launches a new Galaxy Note smartphone in the fall at IFA consumer show in Berlin, Germany. Surprisingly not, there’s still lot of time until September 2015 and the Galaxy S6 is the first of Samsung’s flagships to be anticipated.