According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will have one heck of a display, with a record pixel density and a 4K resolution.
The tech company is known for its amazing displays, and this will be a big step forward for Virtual Reality. With such an impressive display, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will require some serious processing power, and with a 4K resolution, it’s going to require a really strong battery as well. We’re hoping that Samsung won’t forget to implement a MicroSD card slot and a removable battery, which is a must when dealing with this sort of power usage. It’s incredible to think about the fact that your cellphone could have a bigger resolution than your TV or your personal computer. Some argue that such a massive display may be overkill, but if Samsung plays its cards right with this one, it’s going to end up being a great device for the consumers. Another opinion is that the Note 5’s display will be quite large physically, and if it will be curved, then holding it may be an actual issue.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Display Specs
Right now, we’re looking at a 5.89-inch display with an incredible 748 pixels per inch. That has never been seen before, and Samsung is definitely looking into the curved design idea. If most people will settle with 1080p resolutions right now, then they are going to be blown away by the 4K resolution of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. This device will be released later this year, but until then you’d best save up because this will definitely cost a lot of money. We can’t wait to hear more from Samsung about this device, and we’re certain that it will be very popular.
Let us know what your thoughts are about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 especially about the huge design. Do you think ergonomics will start being a problem with a 5.89-inch display?