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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 QHD display confirmed by official IFA poster

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 QHD display has been confirmed by an official IFA poster and the Samsung Mobile site.

Ahead of its official launch on September 3, a surreptitious snap of an official Samsung IFA poster has confirmed a key feature for the Galaxy Note 4.

The above poster, as you can see, confirms that the stylus wielding phablet will come with an LG G3 rivalling QHD display, offering a resolution of 2560 x 1400p.

This is further confirmed by Samsung own website UAProf. The UAProf, or user agent profile, is used by websites to deliver content mobile optimised for each device’s screen resolution.

The UAProf for the SM-N910T or the Galaxy Note 4, lists a resolution of 2560 x 1440p QHD.

With these two key pieces of information, it’s looking pretty concrete that the Note 4 will come with that stunning QHD resolution.

As for the rest of the Note 4, rumour has it that it will have a 5.7-inch screen size, like the previous Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor with a whopping 4GB of RAM.

You’ll allegedly find a 16-megapixel camera in the rear and the majority of sensors like the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor will make the transition from the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the Note 4 as well.

No doubt Samsung will have some other S-Pen related features and new software tricks to show off for the Note 4 too.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch has been set for September 3 and we’ll be there to cover all the latest from Samsung live from IFA 2014 in Berlin.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy Note 3 – What to expect

Note 4 QHD display
: GSMArena

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