Samsung isn’t only leaking the Galaxy Tab S4 these days, but also a new Galaxy Tab A model. It’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 10.5, which leaked via the FCC itself. As you’ve guessed probably, the device got certified and leaks ensued.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 10.5 is expected to offer a 10.5 inch screen with narrow bezels and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The device appeared over at the FCC with the model number SM-T590. It has narrow bezels only on the sides, but the top and bottom are pretty thick. The fingerprint scanner is nowhere to be seen and neither is a Home button, just like on the Galaxy Tab S4.

Samsung could be going all out on iris scanners this year, it appears. The device is also said to feature dual speakers at the bottom, flanking the USB Type-C port. That’s all we know so far and we can’t help but wonder if we’ll get an Exynos CPU inside or Snapdragon. Samsung also leaked the Galaxy Tab Advanced 2 and Advanced2 XL exactly one week ago, in live pics too, so it’s an entire series of devices, that’s just bursting to come up.

At least a few of them are probably meant for IFA 2018, while others are expected on August 9th, when the Galaxy Note 9 is inaugurated.