You may recall Lewis' musings last week about the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini believed to be the subject of a Samsung press event in Germany on Thursday.
Well, now the mini-S3 has popped up on a Swedish online retailer's site, suggesting the rumours are on the money and Sammy's latest Galaxy handset is just days from launch.
The original release, translated from German, managed to use a lot of words to say very little, rolling out gems like “a small sensation gets a great outing” and “experience why small will be the new big”.
Scandinavian site NetShop, however, has added some structure to the whole thing, listing four variants of the Galaxy S III Mini, or the GT-I8190 if you're into your unintelligible model names.
If the info is correct, the S3 Mini will emulate its big brother by launching with a choice of white or blue colour schemes, and with or without an NFC chip on board. SIM-free prices are quoted at £345 for the NFC-capable version, or £335 without.
So will this be the main event on Thursday? Could well be. But it remains to be seen exactly how the Galaxy S III Mini will take its place in Samsung's groaning Galaxy line-up. It's also hard to see exactly what about the GT-I8190 makes it worthy of its name – even the “Mini” part itself is a little perplexing, as a 4in display hardly qualifies as small.
So many questions – but hopefully we'll have some answers before too long.