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Galaxy Note 5 will reportedly tout Ultra HD Super AMOLED display with record ppi

It came to be known through Samsung’s official Analyst Day presentation slides that the company intends to bring Ultra HD displays with 2160 x 3840 pixel resolution to market this year. At the company’s roadmap workshop last year Samsung hinted once again that it has UHD smartphone displays in the works. These displays will apparently have a non-standard pixel matrix arrangement referred to as diamond pixel. Given that the pixel density will be record high it’s not like users will be able to notice individual pixels.

According to a new report Samsung is going to introduce the UHD display with the Galaxy Note 5 which will arrive later this year, in the fall to be precise. Production of the UHD panels is expected to start by August which would make sense as Galaxy Note handsets are traditionally unveiled at IFA in September. Galaxy Note 5 is said to have a 5.89-inch display with 748 pixels per inch. Apparently a dual edge variant will be offered as well, it’s 5.78-inch curved display will tout a record high 762 ppi. Keep in mind that these are unofficial claims and should be taken with a grain of salt for now.

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Cristian Andreini
Cristian Andreini

Galaxy Note 5 Edge, fantastic

phanservicex
phanservicex

this is fantastic news for the next gear vr!

fullbazak
fullbazak

I Like Samsung Mobile I have Galaxy Note 4 please company Samsung make mobile smartphone: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 OLED Curved body and display 8k ,3D Samsung Galaxy Note 5 OLED : OLED, fully aluminium and a 68 megapixel camera and Secondary 24MP with 8K and D3 ( for image quality and dynamic range. An all-new FX-format full-frame image sensor design—low-pass filter processing for flawless detail retention from snow white to pitch black, beautiful noise-free images from , an extremely wide dynamic range, flattering well-saturated skin tones and much more….. A deeper grip ensures stable handling, even for small hands.… Read more »

Ptatoz
Ptatoz

Galaxy Note 5. Starting at $10,000.

kavalier
kavalier

You forgot the AM/Fm/HD radio and digital TV reception + Multi blutooth function.

kerissdz
kerissdz

The specs above for James Bond only…

JohnK
JohnK

I hope Samsung will also bring 4K amoled tablets. Great achievements from Samsung.

gass88
gass88

Lollipop N910f no brand for Italy come on!!!

Guz82
Guz82

Lollipop is available for the 910F. Download the latest build (BOC3 I believe) and flash it. It doesn’t matter that it is from another country. As long as you flash a build for the right device model number, it will work.

johny jackson
johny jackson

If Note5 is foldable, screen size will be 11 inch.

SamMobile1811
SamMobile1811

No Foldable till 2017 !!

superg05
superg05

here’s hoping finger crossed

sirobelec
sirobelec

Oh, no.
God, please no.
2k is overkill + battery drain enough.

gtone339
gtone339

That will be a Guinness world record then! Will have to wait & see this UHD SAMOLED later on this year!

Sizzleboom
Sizzleboom

What I like best about the rumours in this article is the mention of a 5.89-inch display. Hopefully in extra slim casing so that the overall size of the handset hardly increases–that should be possible. I am currently using a Note II with a 5.5-inch display and occasionally I find that it’s slightly too small for the real Note features such as taking notes. I’ve been torn between going for a bigger display or a new Note for my next handset (because I love the Note features and use the S Pen daily). If this rumour holds true, it’d be… Read more »

oversight
oversight

It only works if they can keep it within a device that is no larger than theNote 4. Otherwise, no thanks. Oh, and a larger battery

SamMobile1811
SamMobile1811

that will be awesome 😀

4seven
4seven

My dear Samsung, your problem is what people really want …
UHD is not a priority, less is more … you bring a S6edge to market with no idea on demand …
I miss a lot of brainstorming in your company

sts_fin
sts_fin

And yet the Edge is selling better than the basic version (at least in the nordics)… And the reason that they will make a 4K panel is that they can make it commercially viable for other uses (like the oculus rift’s consumer edition). 4K is needed for VR, the 2K resolution even with the higher density on the S6 is still too blocky and you can see the pixels wich breaks the immersion… Yes its over kill on a phone, but then again if this helps to make Amoled tv:s and lover res Amoled screens cheaper let them do it.

moogaloo
moogaloo

Makes sense for mobile VR, probably overkill for normal use though

lilmoe
lilmoe

For God’s sake Samsung, if you’re going to increase the resolution that much, at least leave an option to change the resolution back to 1080p!

oversight
oversight

How do you change a 4k fixed pixel array to 1080?

ivkos
ivkos

You what, mate?

oversight
oversight

The display is a fixed resolution, it cannot be changed. You can change how the information is displayed, but you cannot change the resolution.

ProdByEchelon
ProdByEchelon

Only upgrading in 2016