Samsung's new range of Galaxy Tab S devices are all set for a the big unveiling on June 12, but at this rate you wonder whether the firm will have anything left to reveal.
Following multiple leaks of the 10.5- and 8.4-inch variations in recent weeks, Sam Mobile has popped along with yet more pictures details of what tablet fans can expect next week.
Firstly, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is likely to be slim enough to be considered for the pages of a 'Vogue: Really Skinny Models' commemorative issue, at just 6.6mm.
That's a mighty .9 of a millimetre thinner than the heralded iPad Air, and is ever so slightly lighter at 465g compared with the iOS tablet's 469g weight.
The photos also reveal the Samsung slate will also have a perforated rear casing just like the Samsung Galaxy S5, as well as an attractive copper-coloured border.
The snaps also reveal an Remote PC mode, which looks like it'll allow users to mirror their home PC's screen on the tablet.
Lastly, the snaps show off a neat tool that places a Samsung Galaxy phone dialler on the tablet's screen, presumably allowing owners of both to make calls using their slate.
The final point is particularly interesting given Apple announced a similar functionality for iOS 8 earlier this week.
While this, and the multitude of previous leaks, have told us pretty much everything we need to know, we'll be bringing you the official word on June 12, so stay tuned for details.
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