Sunday, 10 May 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may come with 4K dual- edge display


Rumour are abound about the next generation of Samsung
Galaxy Note-series handsets. It appears that there are
going to be two variants of the phablet -- the regular version
and the one with the curved display.
The regular version will be called Galaxy Note 5 and will
have a regular screen. While the other variant, currently
codenamed Project Zen, is likely to have a new dual-edge
display.
The Galaxy Note 5 is rumoured to have a either a
SuperAMOLED 2K (1600x2560) or 4K (2160x3840) display.
The phone will be powered by Samsung's in house Exynos
7422 processor. This Exynos processor will supposedly be
the company's first all-in-one solution as it will house the
main CPU, graphics chip, on-board storage, RAM and a few
radios all on one single chip, quite like the Apple's A8
processor.
The other variant of Note 5 is codenamed Project Zen. Its
screen may not have the high-resolution of the Note 5. The
display is going to be around 5.5-inch and it will be curved
on two sides, similar to what Samsung puts in its Galaxy S6
Edge phone. The processor on this device is supposedly
going to be the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808. The camera
for the Project Zen will have 16-megapixel rear sensor with
optical image stabilization and for the front camera it will
have an 8-megapixel shooter.
The device will also support the Note's trademarked S Pen
stylus.

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