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- Dec 30, 2010
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It looks like the first trickle of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumors are dripping on to our desktops. The intel we have is that Samsung might be developing a display for it that will have ridiculous resolution and pixels per inch (ppi). The first rumor hints at an Ultra HD display with a resolution of 3840x2160. This UHD display could be made up of new pixel pattern call "diamond pixel." This is "a fancy way to say a non-standard pixel matrix arrangement, that is closer to PenTile, than the standard RGB stripe matrix."
That's not all Samsung has in store for Galaxy Note fans. Supposedly, the Galaxy Note 5 will include a dual-edge display version just like the Galaxy S6 Edge. Of course, the Note 5 will be significantly larger and will have a corresponding ppi to match the high resolution shown above. The rumor source relayed that the Galaxy Note 5 flat display will be 5.89 inches and have a ppi of 748, while the dual-edge display version will top out at 5.78 inches and include a ppi of 762.
We will keep an eye out for any additional intel which corroborates these rumors.
For further discussion, please hit up our dedicated Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Rumor section here: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Android Forum at DroidForums.net