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In colloquial Spanish, you often use Present tense with a future implication; Future form is less usual, particularly in Latin American Spanish, because it is more formal.
But, if this is kind of threatening, like when you tell to a kid "I'll talk to you later", because they've done something wrong and you want to talk to them in private about it, the usual would be "ya hablaremos más tarde".