Update: We've just received our own invite to Samsung's IFA event, and this one is much more telling than the previous one we saw.
As you can see above, Samsung's bringing back that classic word play, telling us to "Note the date". Oh Samsung, you joker. No points for guessing that it's referring to the Galaxy Note 4.
Of course, none of this is of any surprise: Samsung has a tradition of using IFA as a lunch platform for its Note devices, and we didn't expect this year to be any different.
Original story below...
Days after a report revealed Samsung planned to unveil the Galaxy Note 4 on September 3, the Korean company has gone and sent out invites to an event on that very day.
Samsung plans to host its regular Unpacked powwow in the days leading up to the official IFA 2014 kickoff, and it's during this event we expect to see the Galaxy Note 3 follow-up finally show its face.
Of course, Samsung makes no mention of the Note 4 in its invitation, or any other device for that matter, but months of rumors and a historical tendency to reveal Notes during its IFA showcases make it a safe bet.
The Note 4 is expected to feature a 5.7-inch QHD screen, and it may even curve, though not as drastically as the Galaxy Round (remember that phone?). It will likely run a Snapdragon 805 processor in some regions while a Exynos variant will be available elsewhere. Look for 3GB of RAM and the latest version of Android 4.4, too.
Samsung isn't known to harp on a single device during its get-togethers, so we'll be keeping an eye out for the Galaxy Alpha, Gear VR headset and more wearables - including a Moto 360-inspired design - at Unpacked.