Samsung’s Galaxy Note lineup isn’t only popular because it ushered in the big screen era; it also features some cool software designed around the company’s S Pen, which has become the device’s defining characteristic. That’s not changing anytime soon, as Samsung further highlighted the S Pen’s importance in a teaser for the Galaxy Note 4, which the company is expected to unveil on Sept. 3.

Ever since Samsung scheduled its Sept. 3 Unboxed event, the company hasn’t been shy about dropping hints about the Note 4’s existence. We always knew it was on the way, but we’ve seen several clues meant to drive hype. So far, Samsung has made a big effort to highlight the similarity between old school methods of writing (pen and paper) and its S Pen technology. Whereas Samsung’s last video focused on “Your Note for Handwriting,” this latest video is all about “Your Note for Crafting.”

Samsung doesn’t really gives us any clues about how the Note 4 will improve over the existing Note 3, but it’s obvious the S Pen will feature prominently. We’re expecting the device to offer a 5.7-inch 2K display, a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel camera. The device might also feature some new camera tricks, along with support for Samsung’s rumored virtual reality project.

We will be at Samsung’s Berlin event in addition to the event in New York City, so we’ll have all the big news for you when it kicks off on Sept. 3. In the meantime, below are some alleged images of the device. Looks very Note-y.