updated 09:42 am EDT, Mon June 16, 2014
Shipping records, User Agent Profiles hint at upcoming Galaxy Note 4 display
The successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have a Quad HD display, according to a number of recent leaks and rumors. The Galaxy Note 4 will apparently follow the lead of the rumored Galaxy F and the LG G3 in having a 1440x2560-resolution screen, with one shipping records website hinting that it will have stylus-friendly screen size measuring 5.7 inches.
The listing on Zauba, spotted by Sammy Today, shows the device as having the model number SM-N910A, something it believes to be the Galaxy Note 4 thanks to the Galaxy Note 3 having the similar model SM-N900. The "A" suffix to the model suggests it to be an AT&T variant, something that also correlates with earlier devices.
The User Agent Profile for the same model number on Samsung's website shows it to have a the Quad HD resolution, reports Phone Arena. It is also suggested that there will be two versions of the Note 4 at launch, expected sometime in early September, with one version including a curved display.