Samsung smartphone or tablet with 4K display, Snapdragon 810 incoming

Samsung logoSamsung is usually in the rumor mill a lot because the Korean tech giant is always working on multiple mobile devices at the same time.

We know that the company should be coming out at MWC 2015 with its latest Galaxy S6 flagship, which is said to have two variants, a regular one plus a model boasting a double-edged display.

But the Barcelona event might be the stage for another big announcement coming from Samsung. After all, the company was sort of quiet at CES 2015, not showing us anything too impressive.

Recent rumors have it that Sammy is also gearing up to refresh its Galaxy TabPRO and NotePRO lineup, which was unveiled at CES 2014. A Galaxy Note 8.4 tablet also popped online and we had hopes of seeing it arrive in Las Vegas, but that didn’t turn out to be the case.

Samsung тестирует планшет с 4K-экраном

Well, according to a tip received by Phone Arena, Samsung is hard at work developing a device that goes by code-name SM-Z6400.

According to a leaked user agent profile, this mobile device (we don’t know whether it’s a phone or a tablet) will come with a 4K display, which means its panel will boast 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution.

What’s more, the impressive display will be kept alive by a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. Samsung is also rumored to use the same silicone platform in its Galaxy S6 (on some batches), although the chip might see an important delay brought about by some serious overheating issues.

For the time being we can’t tell you which device got unearthed here. It could be anything, a new, unheard-of Galaxy S6 model or the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 phablet. And we’re not ruling out the possibility of it being a tablet with an impressive, beautiful display. Maybe the Galaxy Note 8.4?

Source: Softpedia

Tags: 4K, Samsung, tablets

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