We've seen 4 Samsung teasers recently which focused on the Note 4's S Pen and here's yet another one dubbed "Ready To Note?". It doesn't really show us anything (just like the other ones), it's only a teaser after all. Samsung uses "Ready, set…" lead-in to every scene within this clip. The clip itself however shows a bunch of people performing all sorts of activities. It is only one minute long and you can check it out down below.
Other than these short clips Samsung keeps pushing our way, they didn't exactly reveal anything about the device. All we have to go on are all the rumors that came our way lately, such as its leaked specifications from Antutu benchmark or some leaked images which popped up online a while ago. Please note that the alleged Note 4 cases are already available from a Chinese accessories retailer and they don't exactly match up with this device, so who knows what will it look like in the end. According to the leaked benchmarks, the device will sport a QHD (2560 x 1440) display, we still don't know how big will it be, my best guess is the same as the current-gen Note's, 5.7-inch. The device will come in two versions, one will carry Samsung's very own Exynos 5433 octa-core chipset while the other one will sport Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 quad-core chip, according to Antutu of course. 3GB of RAM is expected to be available for multitasking alongside 32GB of internal storage (and probably a MicroSD card expansion). 16-megapixel ISOCELL camera will probably be Note's main shooter backed up by a 3-megapixel shooter up front. Antutu says the device will come with Android 4.4.3 KitKat, though Samsung might even push 4.4.4 when they release the device.
All will be revealed at Samsung's "Unpacked" pre-IFA event on September 3rd in Berlin. Samsung's recently announced Gear S smartwatch will probably make an appearance there as well while other Samsung devices might tag along. As Samsung would say, "note the date" (if you're interested) and all will be relieved, though I don't doubt we'll get more teasers / rumors before Samsung finally announces this thing.