We’re guessing if there’s one feature that Samsung fans are looking forward to with the Galaxy Note 4 would be its rumored QHD display. This would make it Samsung’s second smartphone to sport such a display, although it would be the first to be available around the world (the Galaxy S5 LTE-A was limited to South Korea).
That being said, is a QHD display a reality or just a pipe dream? Well for those who are a bit skeptical, hopefully this will clear your doubts. It seems that some details of the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 have been spotted on Samsung’s website via its UAProf. According to the UAProf, it lists the display of the Galaxy Note 4 as 2560×1440, effectively giving it a QHD display as previously rumored.
This is good news for would-be Galaxy Note 4 customers who are hoping that Samsung would step up its display resolution for the South Korean tech giant’s second flagship for 2014. Given that Samsung’s display are usually pretty good already, we can only imagine that the higher resolution will help make the display look even sharper.
Either way we guess all will be revealed at Samsung’s event at IFA 2014 which will be kicking off on the 3rd of September, so be sure to check back with us then for the details! In the meantime are you excited that the Galaxy Note 4 will pack a QHD display, or was Full HD good enough for you to begin with?
- Super AMOLED
- 515 PPI
- f/2.2 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 805