It looks like the Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung will be the next of Samsung's devices to get the 2K QHD Display treatment. We have heard rumors that the Galaxy S5 Prime will include the 2K QHD (2560 x 1440 res) screen, but now a new rumor suggests the Galaxy Note 4 will get it too. This actually makes a bit more sense for this device and isn't really surprising.

What is surprising (but welcome) is that we aren't seeing the screen size increase. With each successive generation of the Galaxy Note series we have seen a .2 inch jump in size. It would seem that Samsung feels it has hit the "sweet spot" for their phablet line (at least for now). Not only will the display be the higher resolution version, several signs suggest it could also use Samsung's YOUM flexible technology as well.

Here are the rest of the rumored specs:

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is rumored to be water-resistant, powered by either an Exynos Hexa or a Snapdragon 801 chipset and pack a 20.1MP camera.
What do you guys think?

Source: GSMArena