Samsung is preparing new wearables and tablets, it seems, at least judging by its latest certifications. Russian authority EEC, serving as a local alternative to FCC and TENAA has certified new devices from the South Korean company, slates included.

These certifications come as we’re approaching the debut of CES 2019 and MWC 2019, tech shows where new products are going to be showcased. Tablet-wise, we see model names like SM-T720, SM-T725 and SM-T720X, plus SM-T725X. They’re very likely the 2019 edition of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, maybe a Galaxy Tab S5 even.

It’s also likely we’ll see a Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 (2019), considering the codenames SM-T520 and SM-T525. Some are even talking about a Galaxy Tab 4 (2019) associated with the codenames SM-T250, SM-T255 and SM-T250X, plus SM-T255X. There are also watches popping up in leaks, most likely Galaxy Watch new generations, or maybe even a new type of wearable.

We’re also expecting a new Galaxy Tab A or two, as a device of the sort has leaked as both SM-P205 and SM-T387W.