The new HTC One, set to be officially unveiled later day, really doesn't have much in the way of surprises left given the amount of leakage we've seen around this handset.
We've rounded up all the latest (and past) spillage in our feature here, but just in case that isn't enough for you, here's one final nugget: The official spec list courtesy of Canadian network Rogers (which Droid Life spotted).
The network actually has the new HTC One (which the carrier is even bracketing with an M8, the device's codename) up on its website with a big red "Reserve" button, and a full specifications list.
So, we're talking a 5in 1,920 x 1080 (HD Super LCD3) display, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera – the main rear camera is simply listed as "ultrapixel," so it's not clear what that will be yet in terms of actual megapixels. HTC laughs in the face of megapixels, though (and in all seriousness, they most certainly aren't the full picture).
Storage will be 32GB (with microSD expansion for more), the weight is 160 grams, and the dimensions 146.3 x 70.6 x 9.35mm. LTE and 802.11ac Wi-Fi are supported, and Android 4.4.2 is on board.
There will still doubtless be plenty of interesting stuff to see at the launch, and we'll be taking the new phone for a hands-on spin to see the things that really matter – how crisp and bright the screen is, how that rear camera really performs, and so forth.
Keep an eye on our live coverage of the launch here.