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.

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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.

Via Phone Arena