The LG G2 is one of a few upcoming high-end smartphones that just can't seem to stay out of the rumour grinder right now.
Just two days since we heard talk it might be the first handset released with 3GB of RAM on board, now comes the rumour that it'll feature a 5.2in display, up from the original Optimus G's 4.7in.
That's contrary to everything we've heard so far indicating LG will go with a straight 5in of display goodness, yet Greek site Techblog seems sure of its stuff, so who are we to argue?
There could be something in the fact that the G2 is said to have an incredibly thin bezel, and so a chassis that might originally have been thought to only have room for a 5in panel is in fact housing a 5.2in screen, but that's purely speculation on our part.
What we do know is that the display will be full HD (of course), while LG itself has revealed the G2 will have a Snapdragon 800 processor. The camera, meanwhile, is said to be a 13MP effort, while as we've mentioned the RAM is tipped to be 3GB. Oh, and it's said to be so skinny that the volume rocker has been shifted to the back of the phone.
All indications point to the LG G2 launching on August 7, so we shouldn't have too long to wait. Let's just hope LG doesn't wait until seven months later to finally bring its new flagship to the UK, as was the case with last year's Optimus G.