Now, however, pictures of an alleged Galaxy Note 4 poster at the IFA show in Berlin reveal the looks of the phablet. The image is a blurry one and does not give a whole lot of new information, but it does show that Samsung has done an admirable job minimizing bezel and turning the otherwise Note 4 into a gadget that is compact for its size.
The other detail that one can see is the higher, QHD (or Quad HD, standing for 1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution of the Note 4.
Alongside this latest leak, Samsung has also earlier published a User Agent Profile (UA Prof) file for the Note 4. UA Prof files are specification files that describe the model, screen size and other features of the device before it gets public. Making such a file is not obligatory, but usually when done it is done by the phone maker itself (in this case from Samsung), and is a nigh-official confirmation of a device. The UA Prof file of the Note 4 also lists it as having a Quad HD resolution.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 leaks: alleged IFA poster shows up, UAProf reveals more details
source: Samsung, Toranji (translated) via GSM Arena