We're expecting Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie to debut at Google's I/O in May, and a Samsung insider has just ratcheted up the intrigue by revealing which of the company's handsets are in line for an update.
If the anonymous source is believed, just five current Samsung mobile devices will reach the KLP promised land.
However, the jump to Android 5.0 will be a bridge too far for older favourites like the Galaxy S II and the original Galaxy Note.
As for the five chosen ones, they are the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S4 (obviously), the Galaxy Note II, and the Galaxy Note 8.0 and Note 10.1.
Those are pretty much the names you'd expect, but it means Jelly Bean is the end of the line for a long list of Samsung handsets knocking about.
The Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note are the most prominent to lose out, but it's also interesting to see the likes of the Galaxy S III Mini listed, given that the Mini is actually newer than the full-blown Galaxy S III. Maybe Samsung has finally realised what everyone else knew from the start – that the S III Mini is a bit of a waste of time and not worth the update.
That said, the insider made it clear that the list isn't final, and that the majority of phones that don't make the upgrade will still be in line for a more modest value pack update at some point through the year.
Just so they don't feel totally left out, y'know?