It’s all but certain that Samsung will be adding another Note handset to their constellation of Galaxy devices at some point this year, the only real question is: what features will it have? There’s no way to be completely sure, other than to wait for Samsung to make an announcement but there are a couple of leaks floating around that will give us a decent idea of what to expect.
One of the things that might be a feature is a quad HD display for the Galaxy Note 4. This information comes by way of website SamMobile, which is dedicated to Samsung-related news, and has been gleaned from a file that Samsung put onto the internet themselves. The XML file contains a whole bunch of data but one item of interest is a model number that is related to the Galaxy Note 3, along with a screen resolution for this unknown device.
The model mentioned, the SM-N910A, is pretty darned close to the SM-N900A model number used to designate the Galaxy Note 3 on America’s AT&T network. And the screen resolution given for that N910A is a hefty 2560 x 1440, well above an HD screen.
What this could mean is that American users will be getting a quad HD flavoured Galaxy Note 4 in the future, or there might be a whole other piece of kit in the works. We’ll know one way or the other by September, where Samsung is rumoured to be announcing the Note 4 at IFA 2014 in Berlin.
Source: via Engadget