We must say, we're quite excited about getting our grubby mitts on the Huawei Ascend P1 to have a bit of a play. And even more excited to see how cheap it's going to be.
According to two European sites (they being Amazon Germany and Italian site Unieuro), this latest little blighter will set you back £365 or so when it finally makes it here. IF it makes it here, since Huawei hasn't given any official word yet on availability etc.
On the surface, it certainly looks like great value - up there with specs to match the likes of the HTC One S. Up front, there's a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a not-too-shabby 8MP camera round the back. The frame is slim at 7.69mm all in. And of course, powering the whole experience is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on a dual-core 1.5GHz processor.
But we knew all of that at CES nigh on six months ago now, and those specs - whilst still respectable - aren't providing anything you won't get from other Android vendors these days.
Huawei has made it clear it wants to become one of the big boys in the handset market, but we can't help thinking it'll have to do something extra special to create that splash.
Remember, Huawei is not a new firm. A bit like HTC, it earned it stripes (well, here in the West anyway) making branded handsets and dongles for other providers and has only recently decided to show itself off under its own brand.
And it is a massive supplier of handsets in China, which explains why the Ascend P1 is on sale there already and has been for the last two months.
In fact, unusually, for once Europe seems to be right at the bottom of the release chain. China got it first in April, followed by Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia in May and Latin America in June with us down to get it in the "summer".