The Samsung Galaxy Ace series has established itself as a decent affordable Android offering for those whose budgets don't stretch as far as the likes of the flagship Galaxy S line.
And with the business of the Galaxy S4 launch out the way, Samsung is now poised to give its Galaxy low-ender a fresh coat of paint.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is expected to touch down some time in June, and is expected to be priced at around €300 (£255) SIM-free.
For that, we're told, you'll get a 4in display and most likely a dual-core 1.2GHz processor. No further details are given on the display, but given the current Galaxy Ace 2 comes with a 720p resolution, we're probably looking at the same again.
Internal storage is limited to 4GB and the camera is rated at 5MP (both unchanged from the current model), plus you'll be getting Bluetooth 4.0 compatibility and Android Jelly Bean.
The battery is expected to be a 1,500mAh unit – again, exactly what the Galaxy Ace 2 has to offer. The GT-S7272 codename hints at a dual-SIM handset, but there'll no doubt be an identical single-SIM version too.
It doesn't seem all that impressive, to be honest. Too many features appear unchanged from the year-old Ace 2, which right now can be had on PAYG for as little as £129.99.
But even if these rumoured specs are correct, Samsung may have an... well, you know... up its sleeve elsewhere to make the Galaxy Ace 3 as popular as its forebears.