Samsung has been extensively advertising its forthcoming flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, through a series of teaser videos detailing the benefits of digital handwriting with the Note 4's S Pen stylus in contrast to traditional tools such as pen and paper.

The new teaser video further extends the concept of explaining the features and functionality of the S-Pen stylus starting from automatic conversion of handwritten notes, contact number or addresses into digital memos and diving deep into the concept of stylus integration into the TouchWiz UI.

Unlike the previous teaser video (above) which runs through the transition phase from traditional handwriting tools to the digital world, the new teaser video (below) focuses on the creative abilities of the S-Pen stylus such as a homemade greeting card, a map and precision-oriented tasks that would otherwise be impossible with a finger.

With the Galaxy Note 4 expected to release at Samsung's UNPACKED event on 3 September, Apple iPhone 6, the BlackBerry Passport and the Sony Xperia Z3 will have a tough battle for supremacy, as the four rival companies will contest for global stakes in the high-end smartphone market share.

The Galaxy Note 4 will reportedly ship in two variants: a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 or Exynos 5 Octa powered handset.

Among other key speculated features, the Note 4 will include a 5.7in Quad HD display, 16MP rear camera and 3.7MP camera sensor with video recording capability in WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution.