I had an interesting discussion regarding this.
We (non-native speakers) tend to transliterate the words in English whilst trying to convey our message.
I have often seen here, people use this sentence a lot
I will get back to you in some time. or I will get back to you in sometime.
Interestingly I reckon the correct usage should be:
I will get back to you momentarily. I will get back to you soon. I will get back to you later.
in sometime or
in some time does sound natural.
Later, sooner and momentarily are indefinite,
in some time sounds like - today but don't know when!
What is the correct way of conveying this?