Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 4 in the coming months, a follow-up to popular Note 3. The early rumours are that we’ll see an official announcement leading up to the IFA on September 3rd.
The display will be the same at 5.7-inches, but feature a resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixel. This is something that has surfaced before, but Samsung has been quiet on confirming its truth — there still has to be an element of surprise with new flagship launches. However, a sign of this becoming reality showed up on its website via UAProf (user agent profile) with the model number SM-N910A.
Other specs are noted the Note 4 to sport a Snapdragon 805 processor, and possibly Samsung’s three-sided YOUM display. A Samsung exec recently stated they “may use a three-sided display so messages can be read from an angle… we are targeting consumers who want more professional use and tend to be willing to pay more for handsets.”