Samsung has started working on the next gen Galaxy Note 5. According to various sources the Galaxy Note 5 will come with a UHD display and it will boast the highest pixel density ever. There is still about half a year to go for the launch of the device but some details have been leaked.
UHD means Ultra HD Super AMOLED display which will have a resolution 2160 x 3840 pixels.
Production of the UHD display will commence in August and it will eventually be a part of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5.
Galaxy Note 5’s flat screen will sport a 5.89in screen with pixel density at 748 pixels per inch (ppi), whereas the dual-edge variant will have a 5.78in screen, giving it pixel density at 762 ppi.
Samsung will launch the device at the IFA 2015 trade show, which could be around October or November of this year. By that time of the year, the new iPhone will also be launched so Note 5 will have extremely strong competition.