And here you thought we'd get through a whole day without yet another LG G3-flavoured snippet of news. Well, you were wrong.
Because hot on the heels of yesterday's promo video, the G3 has been spotted in all its full press render goodness, and in several colours too.
A total of five new images of the LG G3 have been foisted upon us by PhoneArena, and while we're getting a bit sick of seeing ever-more revealing glimpses of LG's next flagship staggering out onto the web day after day, these are of a quality that makes them worth a closer look.
The pics include a trio of vertical renders showing the front and back of the G3 in black, white and the recently covered gold hue, plus close ups of the top edge and the camera/rear button area.
It doesn't really show anything we haven't already seen, but probably gives the best sense yet of that fake brushed aluminium finish we've been chewing the fat over recently.
And with that in mind I'm more than happy to say I think it's a mighty fine looking phone – even in white, which normally doesn't float my boat. And with an almighty spec including potentially a Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 2560 x 1440-pixel display, I'm suddenly rather looking forward to the LG G3's unveiling on 27 May.