The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has seemingly been leaked yet again. The phablet is getting pretty comfortable with the spotlight, even if its official unveiling is still around three months out.
A Samsung SM-N910A has entered India recently, its voyage over there being made for testing and evaluation purposes. Since the Galaxy Note 3 has the model number SM-N900, it stands to reason that this would be its successor. The 'A' in the name indicates that this particular version will be headed to AT&T.
The N910A is listed to have a 5.7-inch touchscreen, as you can see. This comes to reiterate info from last month's exclusive in which we told you to expect a 5.7" QHD (2560x1440 pixel) panel.
Furthermore, the resolution itself has been confirmed, and by Samsung no less. The SM-N910A already has its own user agent profile listed on the Korean company's website. And sure enough, it's sporting that insane pixel-packed resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may come in two versions, one with a conventional flat display, the other with a curved OLED screen - which will be available in a limited number of markets. At the moment, it's unclear which of these the N910A could be.