Buzz hasit that the upcoming iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy Note (the Samsung GalaxyNote 5, to be precise) could boast of 4K high resolution display. A new reportby Phone Arena suggests that Samsung is planning to begin mass-production of a 5.9-inchUltra HD (4K) Super AMOLED display with a 700ppi pixel density by August nextyear. The said time frame is in line with the company’s annual Note phabletrelease event (IFA expo in September 2015, as per tradition). To sum it up, thealleged 5.9-inch UHD display with a 2160×3840 pixels resolution could welleventually come to Note 5 upon release.Samsung hadearlier indicated at its Semiconductor and Display Technology Roadmap workshop thatit was working on a QHD (2K) Super AMOLED mobile display panel boasting of560ppi pixel density. Motorola’s new Droid Turbo or Moto Maxx features the samedisplay. Ever since, rumours have been doing the rounds that Samsung has been workingon a UHD (4K) display, with a 2160×3480 pixel (4K) resolution and 860ppi pixeldensity. There is however no word from Samsung over the whole matter.Samsungrecently launched the Galaxy Note 4 phablet. The device features a 5.7 inches QHDSuper AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with a 1440 x 2560 pixels resolution. It ispowered by a 2.7GHz quad-core QualcommSnapdragon 805 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. It comes with 32GB of internal storage expandable up to64GB via micro-SD. It sports a 16MP rear camera and a 3.7MP front-facingcamera.