Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Concept Image Features 5.7 Inch 2K Display

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | April 28, 2014 2:06 PM EST

The latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image boasted of a 5.7 inch screen display with 2K pixel resolution.

Dozens of Galaxy Note 4 renders have emerged online but designer Dani Yako did a good job as he imagined the upcoming phablet to pack a larger display with higher resolution. According to Concept Phones, the device measured 6.8 mm on the waist and weighed 145 grams.

The IPS LCD panel has a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. Under the hood, the handset was equipped with octa core 64-bit processor and other features such as 4 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage.

The camera at the back is an 18 megapixel unit, with F/1.8 aperture and LED flash. The rear shooter has 4K video capture and Full HD 60 FPS too. Lastly, the concept image packed a metal body with rubber-like material used at the back.

Meanwhile, rumours started anew that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be equipped with YOUM flexible OLED display tech. Gadget Insider suggested that a three-sided YOUM display for the phablet could be a possibility.

According to reports, the Galaxy Note 4 will have the left and right sides of its display bent in such a way that users can view important notifications, e.g. incoming calls and text messages, new emails, on those sides.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was also rumoured to pack the new 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. While there is also the possibility that another variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be powered by the octa-core Exynos processor from Samsung. Furthermore, Samsung's phablet was rumoured to sport an either 2K or 4K flexible display that were apt for the device's humungous screen.

Trusted Reviews stated that the next-gen phablet will be launched at the IFA tech event set on Sept. 4 to 20. For the last two years, the IFA trade show has been the launching platform of Samsung Galaxy Note series. 

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