Can't be bothered waiting till 11pm for the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch over in NYC? Don't blame you, but the good news is a last-minute leak-o-rama means you effectively don't have to.
That's assuming this splurge of leakage is correct, of course, but if so you can indulge in a close look at the Galaxy S IV in both highly detailed photo and video form, plus get a good whiff of some last-minute spec revelations too.
Starting with the pics, how about a full 19 of them, covering general and specific design points and also showing the interface and some software features in a fair bit of detail?
Well step up IT168.com with just what you're looking for. The snaps give us the best sense yet of the Galaxy S IV's design, and suggests why Samsung is completely unfazed not to have gone with a metal or polycarbonate chassis.
The two-tone brushed design looks about as sophisticated and high-grade as ordinary plastic can get, and in any case it's that super-crisp 4.99in display that draws your eye pretty much straight away anyway.
Accompanying the pics are various specs, most of which will make for familiar reading: the 1080p display, 1.8GHz Exynos 5410 processor (which doesn't rule out the different processors for different regions approach we've heard suggested), 7.7mm thickness and 138g overall weight.
Graphics-wise we're talking a 533MHz PowerVR SGX 544MP3 chip, which should be up for some serious gaming action, for which the 2GB will come in handy too come to think of it. There's also 16GB of storage (likely just one of the storage options), plus microSD card support.
On the features side, we're expecting a glut of fancy new technologies, including eye-tracking, a floating touch interface and potentially even a 3D camera.