Both Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge features an impressive screen but it seems that Samsung is planning to notch up their game a little bit with the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. PhoneArena is reporting that the upcoming successor of the Note series will feature a UHD display. It means that its display will have a whooping resolution of 2160 x 3840 pixels.

Galaxy Note 5 is reported to have a 5.89-inch screen, which means it will have a 748 ppi. However, nothing is set on stone about it and it seems like a really advanced technology for a smartphone. Also there is the battery life and the price tag to keep in mind as well. If Samsung decides to offer it, it will definitely cost more and also they will have to be careful with the battery as well, because battery life is like a backbone of a smartphone’s success.

We hope to learn more about the Galaxy Note 5 in future. Of course a UHD display would be amazing to look at, but is it really a necessity? Let us know in the comment box below.

Source: PhoneArena

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  1. I really don’t think such high-end screens are such a necessity. Even 720p screens would be enough for me. Battery is much more important than screens and having a thin phone.

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