PhoneArena reported today that the Galaxy Note 5, the phone line would follow current 4 Galaxy Note, will debut in the second half of 2015 and will have a 4K display type. The site publishes these details based on a picture that reveals details of upcoming Samsung screens.
Estimates from the site, the screen Note 5 would provide 5.9 inches and a resolution of 2160×3840 pixels and a density of 746ppp. To put it in perspective, the Galaxy Note 4 has a 5.7 inch screen, 2650×1440 resolution and pixel density of 386ppp.
PhoneArena reports that Samsung is working on the 5.9-inch panel to enter mass production in August 2015. That would allow the South Korean use this panel in Note 5, which supposedly come in September 2015. However, the Galaxy S6 – Samsung also known as Project zero– not have the same luck and use another panel, perhaps of bad quality.
The reason why the Galaxy S6 would have said panel is its possible release date. Samsung usually release a new Galaxy S in the first half of the year, then in the second half to release a new version of the Note. If this 4K panel goes into production in the second half, the logic is that only Note 5 which incorporate.
To give life to this panel, the Galaxy Note top 5 would need a powerful processor to know today, 3GB RAM and a huge battery. As always, companies (and in this case Samsung) do not comment on speculation or rumors. However, as we approach the possible release date is likely to see more details about leaks and Note 5.