For the past few years Samsung has dominated the annual IFA tech show in Berlin thanks to its popular phablet lineup, and we’re not expecting 2014 to be any different. The Galaxy Note 4 is all but confirmed to make its debut next month at the Berlin expo, and today a leaked invitation for Samsung’s big “Unpacked” event appears to confirm the phablet’s launch for September 3.
Samsung’s event will apparently start at 2:00 p.m. local that day, while the official expo doesn’t kick off until September 5. That gives the company plenty of time to announce the Galaxy Note 4 alongside any new products, with recent reports suggesting Samsung could unveil another Gear smartwatch as well as a virtual reality headset called the Gear VR. The Galaxy-maker also appears poised to deliver an opening keynote presentation on the first official day of IFA, and will likely have a big presence at the trade show as well.
We’re still not sure exactly what to expect from the Galaxy Note 4, though Samsung has hinted that the device could be a big departure from last year’s flagship phablet. The latest rumors all point to a quad HD display, a 2.5GHz Snapdragon processor, a 16-megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. We’re also expecting at least one crazy new feature, which could be anything from virtual reality support to eye-scanning security to an ultrasound S Pen.
We’ll be covering IFA live from Berlin next month, so stay tuned for all the latest tech news from Samsung and more.