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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 wallpaper leaks, teases QHD display

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 wallpaper has leaked online, with the downloadable graphic seemingly confirmed the move to a QHD display.

With a mass of recent Note 4 rumours having all suggested the upcoming phone will copy the LG G3 and adopt a QHD panel, the newly leaked wallpaper has touched down with a 2560 x 2560 pixel resolution.

This should be more than suitable for the phone’s expected 5.7-inch 2560 x1440 pixel resolution.

Echoing the ‘contemporary art’ themes of the Galaxy S5, the claimed Galaxy Note 4 wallpaper has surfaced courtesy of serial tipster SamMobile. The full-res image can be downloaded here.

The image fits with the wallpaper shown on recent leaks of the currently unconfirmed handset.

Eye-popping screen aside, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is widely expected to play host to a mass of high-end internals.

A quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor has been tipped to run the show alongside a whopping 4GB of RAM. With a 16-megapixel primary camera expected to benefit from optical image stabilisation, the Note 4 will likely land with a Galaxy Alpha mimicking metal framed design.

One of the most eagerly awaited devices of the year, the Galaxy Note 4 will be formally unveiled during Samsung’s IFA 2014 press conference on September 3.

We will be on hand at the show to bring you all the latest on the Note 4.

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