Samsung has never failed to impress its fans with better display and high-performance hardware. Yet again it seems to have the next generation flagship Galaxy series with better features up its sleeve. With many other competitive manufacturers such as LG and a few other Chinese brands bumping up the display specifications to the highest pixel depth in a smaller size, Samsung seems to follow suit.
According to SammyToday, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will feature a 5.7-incher QHD display sporting a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. They have a screenshot of two products being shipped to a particular location for testing and evaluation, which reveals the model number and the display size of the handset within. The model number states SM-N910A and the display at 5.7-inches, but does not carry a name. Since the Note 3 has a model number SM-N900, the SM-N910A points to a possibility of it being the next Galaxy Note 4.
According to the courier details, the sample product is being shipped to Delhi (or via Delhi) to India for testing / analysing. The details also reveal it to be a single SIM handset.
Samsung Galaxy Note would possibly be available in two variants—one with a curved screen, similar to the Galaxy Round, but a limited number of handsets would be pushed out.