The Galaxy Note 4 is still a few months away, but we already can’t wait to get our hands on Samsung’s next flagship phablet. Up until now pretty much everything we’ve heard about the device has come from some anonymous source, but now the Galaxy Note 4 has finally reared its head in the form of a User Agent Profile on Samsung’s website.
The internal Samsung webpage doesn’t describe the device by name, instead referring to it by the model number SM-N910A. Considering that the Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T has the model number SM-N900A it seems pretty likely we’re now looking at the next-gen phablet. The device’s screen size is listed as 1440 x 2560 pixels, all but confirming the Note 4 will pack a Quad HD display.
Beyond its pixel resolution, today’s leak doesn’t reveal anything else about the device. Based on recent rumors we’re expecting the Note 4 to pack a Snapdragon 805 processor, a 16-megapixel camera and pack a 5.7-inch screen. Samsung is likely to announce the new phablet at IFA in Berlin this September, where the company is also expected to reveal an updated Gear smartwatch and even a Google Glass competitor.