The Galaxy Note 4 is still nearly three months away from being officially unveiled but leaks about the handset have already started appearing on the Internet. Earlier leaks have indicated that the Note 4 will sport a 5.7-inch AMOLED display.
Today’s leak once again confirms the display size of the device at 5.7-inches and also reveals its resolution and model number.
The 5.7-inch AMOLED display on the Note 4 will come with a Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution as confirmed by the its UA profile found on Samsung’s own website.
The model number of the handset, SM-N910A, was revealed via a test unit sent to India by Samsung from South Korea for testing purposes. The Galaxy Note 3 carries the SM-N900 model number so the above model number for the Galaxy Note 4 sounds very plausible.
Other rumors of the Galaxy Note 4 suggest that the handset would be available in two variants — one with a flat display and the other with a curved OLED screen. The phablet is also expected to come with an area-type fingerprint sensor as seen on the iPhone 5s.[Via GSMArena]