It's no secret that Samsung has plans for a tablet, we've even seen purported pictures of it. However, recent leaks suggest we may not have to wait long before catching sight of the little scamp in an official unveiling.
Following the same Galaxy S branding that Samsung has been using for its newest line of smartphones, the company's tablet is rumored to be called the P1000 Galaxy Tab. Samsung Firmwares claims to have found a "new special firmware" that give away the specs of the upcoming slate.
SF points towards a screen resolution of 480x800; a 3.2-megaixel rear camera; a smaller front-facing camera for video calling; a 1GHz CPU; Flash; Swype; WiFi; and Bluetooth.
Previous rumors hinted that this device might run Android 2.2, also known as Froyo, and a report over on Computerworld speculates that we could see an unveiling at IFA in Berlin next month.
*Image via PCWorld