Until now the Galaxy Note 4 has largely been a mystery, despite claims that Samsung would use the device to usher in an exciting new form factor. Now a new report from Sammobile claims to reveal a ton of information on the upcoming phablet, including many of its hardware specs, and the fact that many carriers will support the device at launch.

Citing the usual anonymous sources, Sammobile reports that the Note 4 will come equipped with a Snapdragon 805 processor, a Quad HD display, a Sony-built 16-megapixel OIS rear camera, and a pretty uninspired 2-megapixel shooter in the front. The upcoming phablet will likely run the latest version of Android, which could be 4.5 by the time it launches. There's still no definitive word on screen size, though recent reports suggest Samsung could stick with the 5.7-inch display found on the Note 3 while dramatically increasing its pixel resolution.

The oversized handset is apparently headed to Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and US Cellular along with carriers in South Korea and Japan. Meanwhile, international versions of the Galaxy Note 4, including European variants, will pack an Exynos 5433 processor instead of a Snapdragon chip. There's still no official word on when Samsung will announce the Note 4, though based on past years we'd guess the new phablet will be unveiled during IFA 2014 this September.