Mobile World Congress is little over a month away now, and there's already plenty to look forward to at the Barcelona showpiece.
And now the rumour mill has churned out another name to add to the list: the LG X3, a quad-core, 4.7in screened Android Ice Cream Sandwich behemoth that's packed with high-end specs.
Whether it retains the X3 name remains to be seen, but it's clear that it's the spiritual successor to the Optimus 2X, which appeared just before at last year's MWC claiming to be the most powerful smartphone in the world.
Now it looks like the 3X will be raising that bar significantly, boasting a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, that huge 4.7in screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720, an 8MP/1.3MP camera combo and 16GB of storage, all within a sub-9mm thick chassis.
Some Ice Cream Sandwich action should help sweeten the deal still further, though it's touch and go whether it will launch with the OS on board or whether you'll have to wait for an update.
It certainly doesn't leave much to complain about – we just hope the LG 3X adds up to more than a sum of its parts.