Samsung on track to bring UHD, dual-edge Galaxy Note 5 to the masses in 2015



In November of last year, Talk Android reported that the ball was already moving on squeezing over 700ppi into the Note 5?s AMOLED screen. A year before that, Samsung unveiled a roadmap during its Analyst Day to illustrate its ambitions for screen resolution advances in their devices, and projected that in 2015 at least one of its products would support UHD (4K).

Now, according to a recent leak provided to Phone Arena, it appears that Samsung is gearing up to begin production of a UHD Galaxy Note 5 with a whopping 748ppi! Not stopping there, the leaker indicates that there will also be a dual-edge variant of the device (though that?s not that surprising) with a bump up to 762ppi.

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