The latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image boasts of a 5.75 inches QHD screen display.
The newest render was created by concept designer Jermaine Smit. According to Concept Phones, the device sports an even bigger screen panel that will remind you of LG Vu models. The phablet packs a 5.75 inch QHD display following the leaked spec that the device will indeed come with such panel.
Phones Review cited a benchmark listing of a handset with a model number of Samsung SM-G906S. The device has an unknown screen size but was listed with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440. The model number was higher than the Galaxy S5's SM-G900, which led to whispers that the screen will arrive on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Samsung also did announce that it is working on such screen displays for its lined up devices this year.
The render also noted that the Galaxy Note 4 integrated an iris scanner, 20 megapixel ISOCELL back camera and 5 megapixel front facing camera, a fingerprint scanner in the Home button, and a dual LED true tone flash and a heart rate monitor. The device used a sliding and removable metal back cover.
Meanwhile, rumours claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have its signature massive, full HD 1080p screen display. There were speculations that the phablet will include a "bent" three-sided display on the Galaxy Note 4, which can provide different viewing angles. Just like the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will also pack a fingerprint sensor in the home button for added security and convenience and the IP67 certified design that is water and dust resistant. Moreover, the device may finally come in metallic back casing.
Consumers can expect that the Galaxy Note 4 will come with a powerful processor - either the Snapdragon 805 or Samsung's new Exynos processor. The new phablet will be built apt for multitasking and gaming that will require powerful and efficient processors. The processor will be paired with at least 3GB of RAM. Samsung has not announced the official Galaxy Note 4 release date. However, it is most likely that the Korean tech company will follow its yearly launch cycle in September.