Samsung Galaxy Note 4 display details leak

If Samsung is going to stick to its usual Galaxy Note release dates we still have over 3 months until the Note 4 sees the light of day. It’s definitely time for the rumors to start and in that light we have a rather big one to kick things off, although the kind of did with this possible design leak.

According to GSMArena’s tipster, Galaxy Note 4’s codename is “T (Muscat)”. Galaxy Note 4’s expected model name should be N910x, where the last digit (marked with an “x”) marks the subversion of the device (Exynos, Snapdragon, LTE, etc.). If this rumor is to be believed Note 4 should come with a 1,440×2,560 5.7″ QHD screen, which would make a 551 PPI. It is interesting that the screen remains the same size this time, not that we’re complaining though. Let us remind you that until now screens on the Note family were getting bigger by 0.2″ in each iteration. The screen on the Note 1 was 5.3″, Note 2’s screen was 5.5″ in size while the Note 3 came around at 5.7″. Note 4 is rumored to to be powered by an Exynos Hexa or a Snapdragon 801 chipset.

Do you think there’s truth to this rumor and do you plan on buying the Note 4 once it launches?


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