If the rumors are to be believed, the Galaxy Note 4 will feature a QHD display. The folks at GSMArena got their hands on a document that allegedly reveals key details about Samsung's upcoming flagship device's display. It's said to measure in at 5.7 inches with an eye-popping 1440p resolution and a pixel density of 515 PPI.
According to the document, the Galaxy Note 4 is codenamed "Muscat" and is referred to as Project T within Samsung. The model number SM-N910 follows the naming convention of earlier Exynos-based Note models (Galaxy Note 3 is SM-N900), so there might be some validity to these claims.
The document also states that the Note 4 will retain a 5.7-inch screen size, which is interesting considering that earlier iterations all featured an increase in screen size of 0.2 inches from their predecessors: the original Galaxy Note had a 5.3-inch screen, the Galaxy Note 2 a 5.5-inch display and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 a 5.7-inch screen.
Although the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 may not feature a larger screen in the conventional sense of the word, the device is rumored to come with a three-sided YOUM display. The YOUM display is said to allow viewing notifications from an angle. Samsung executives have been coy that the new Note will likely have a different form than the existing smartphones. There is no official confirmation regarding the display, but it is likely that we'll see an eventual launch in September at the IFA. It is far too early to talk about availability details, but a rumor from earlier this month mentioned that the device would allegedly be making its way to AT&T.