So, assuming for the sake of arguments that the information on the blurry slides is reliable, what are we looking at?
The Core i9 gets bumped up to a 10/20 core/thread count. The i9-10900K gets a base speed of 3.7GHz with an all-core boost of 4.8GHz and a 125W TDP. The i9-10900 has a 2.8GHz base and an all core boost of 4.5GHz with a 65W TDP. The Core i7-10700 CPUs have 8/16 cores/threads and the i7-10700K gets 3.8GHz base clock with a 4.7GHz all core boost while the i7-10700 gets 2.9GHz base and 4.6GHz all core boost.
The Core i5 range maintains six cores but gains hyperthreading across the board giving them 6/12 cores/threads. There is also a slight bump in speed by around 200Mhz. This is also the case for the Core i3 range, bringing them all up to 4/8 cores/threads, with some small speed hikes.
This feels like a significant yet fairly workmanlike overhaul should it pan out as rumoured, no big surprises but a general strengthening of the range without anything really attention grabbing. A couple more cores on a slightly faster Core i9 isn’t particularly dramatic as flagships go but competitive pricing could make the rest of the line-up very appealing.