The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be bringing a QHD screen with it to IFA this year, according to a discovered user agent profile.
The Note 4 will be leaping from its current 1080p status to a 2560 x 1440 resolution, following in the footsteps of the LG G3, revealed last month.
The user agent profile, which holds this tasty new information, was spotted on Samsung's own website.
Note 4 rumours so far have suggested that the phone carries the model number SM-N910, which makes us believe this QHD-rocking SM-N910A is the Android device we're looking for.
The phone is also mentioned by Indian import/export tracker Zauba which references a 5.7-inch display, suggesting Samsung won't bump up the size of the Note 4 from the Note 3 - it'll just cram in more pixels for your pennies.
Last week we reported word that the Note 4 will come in two flavours: one with a curved screen and another with a standard flat display.
While its appearance on Zauba suggests we're not too far away, all eyes are on IFA 2014, where Samsung may also announce the premium Galaxy F.
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Via Phone Arena