Samsung's expected to announce its new Galaxy Tab S line at tonight's 'Tab into Color' event in New York, but it looks like the beans might have been well and truly spilled ahead of time thanks to a fairly comprehensive specs leak.
It comes courtesy of @evleaks, who tweeted that the slate will come in two size points, 10.5 inches and 8.4 inches, both of which will have a WQXGA 2560 x 1600 display.
The tablets will apparently be powered by either a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor or an octa-core Exynos processor, with four cores running at 1.9GHz and four at 1.3GHz. Presumably the processor is market-dependent, in which case we imagine we'll see the Snapdragon one in the UK, US and Australia.
Rounding out the specs the slates will supposedly rock 3GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of built in storage along with support for microSD cards of up to 128GB, they'll run Android 4.4 and come in Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi plus 4G LTE varieties.
Things are a little unclear on the camera front. @evleaks lists them as having an 8MP front facing camera and a 2.1MP rear one, but presumably it's the other way around. On the battery front the 8.4-inch slate has a 4900 mAh power pack and the 10.5-inch slate has a 7900mAh one.
There's not as much light shed on the design, but apparently both devices will be just 6.6mm thick and the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will weigh either 465 or 467g (presumably depending on whether you get the 4G version or not), while the Tab S 8.4 will weigh either 294 or 298g and they'll come in light and dark colours.
This all largely lines up with what we've heard already, so there's a good chance it's true, but one of the most interesting rumoured aspects of these slates is that they might have AMOLED screens, which combined with their impressive resolution could make them a visual tour-de-force.
The leak didn't mention what type of display they have so that's one thing we'll still have to wait for tonight to hear about, where we'll be reporting live from the event.