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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Expected to Bring A 5.9-inch 4K Display and a 747ppi Density

Even if Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was launched a few months ago, today we get to know a couple of rumors about its successor named Galaxy Note 5, device that will be launched in the fall of 2015 and that will bring in the package a lot of new features, mostly when we’re talking about its display.

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Through a Chinese source we found out that Galaxy Note 5 could bring a 5.9-inch display with a huge resolution of 3.840 x 2.160 pixels and a 747 ppi density. Also, it seems that Samsung will use again the PenTile technology that offers the so-called “diamond-pixels” that have a special shape.

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If you don’t remember, then you must find out that this PenTile technology was used on Samsung’s 2013 flagship too, more precisely on the Samsung Galaxy S4. As you can see from the picture above, the green subpixels are in the same time more rounded, and twice as many compared to the blue and red ones.

In the same time, we notice that the red and blue subpixels are using a diamond shape, a technology that maximize the subpixels package and offers a high rate of pixel density as possbile, the 747 ppi rate being now possible using such a technology on the next Galaxy Note phablet.

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Another thing that comes to strenghten this rumor about the fact that Note 5 will pack a 4K display is a report from analysts unveiled last year in November that claim that in 2015, Samsung will launch on the market a first mobile device that will bring such a display in the package among other high-end features.

Taking in consideration that the actual Galaxy Note 4 gave us the biggest brightness rate until now during our tests, we can only expect to a bigger rate from the Note 5 too, the problems encountered with the use of the device in bright sunlight follow to stay in the past. What you expect from Galaxy Note 5?

via: news.mydrivers.com