Samsung SM-N910A seems to be a Galaxy Note 4 with 5.7-inch Quad HD screen

Samsung SM-N910A seems to be a Galaxy Note 4 with 5.7-inch Quad HD screen
Rumors about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4 have been around for quite a while, most of them suggesting that the new device carries the model number SM-N910. Well, a SM-N910A is now listed over at Samsung’s website in a User Agent profile. Unsurprisingly, the profile reveals that the SM-N910A features a display with a Quad HD (1,440 x 2,560) pixel resolution.

The SM-N910A is also mentioned by Zauba, an Indian website that tracks imports and exports. According to the website, the handset’s display measures 5.7 inches. Thus, as previously reported, it looks like the new Note 4 will keep the same screen size of the Note 3, while packing a considerably higher number of pixels.

It makes sense for the SM-N910 to be the new Galaxy Note 4, because the Note 3 (seen above) has the model number SM-N900. Most probably, the SM-N910A is the new Note’s variant for AT&T. But we’re expecting all major US mobile operators to sell the handset anyway.

Samsung may want to offer two different Note 4 models: one with a regular display, and another one (which could see a limited release) sporting a curved screen. 

The new device should be officially announced at IFA 2014 in early September, and we imagine it will be available to buy not long after that.

sources: Samsung (.xml file), Zauba via Sammy Today

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  • Camera 16 MP (Single camera) 3.7 MP front
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  • Battery 3220 mAh
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