We're so close to seeing what's in store for the Samsung Galaxy Gear this week, but with just a matter of hours to go some pictures have popped up on the web to spoil the fun.
Venturebeat posted some snaps of what it claims to be a prototype version of the Galaxy Gear that was sent out to developers - and given the blocky design it's no shock that they've been received with pretty mixed emotions.
What's more, some leaked information alongside purports that the watch will have more of a health focus than we expected, gunning for the likes of the Fitbit Flex and Nike Fuelband.
But hold the phone – some other insiders are now claiming that this isn't the final design and that we should still expect some surprises for IFA 2013.
This news comes as somewhat of a relief as expectations were no doubt higher for the 2.5-inch display smartwatch in terms of sleek-factor.
Gigaom reports that Samsung has a different final design for its smartwatch, with a source that reckons the wearable won't have a built in browser but will come running Android 4.3. The on-screen keyboard is said to be getting the boot.
The same source added that icons will feature on the top of the screen and two lines of text at the bottom. Notifications will then appear full screen.
The watch is also said to be housing Standard Bluetooth LE, meaning it will play nicely with any smartphone or tablet, not just Samsung's Galaxy range as was once expected.
So what can we conclude from all this? Even if we're not looking at the final design here, it's certainly a good indicator of what Samsung has up its sleeve. Let's just hope it loses some of that chunk.