With Mobile World Congress and the iPad launch now out of the way, we can finally enjoy some peace and quiet and get back to our favourite mobile past-time: waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
And while info of even a remotely official nature remains elusive, we can at least report the first sighting of a pre-order page for the much-wanted Android superstar.
The site in question is Mobile City Online, a name we're not familiar with to be honest – though being a US site that's not too much of a surprise.
The listing for the Galaxy S III uses the standard image render that's been knocking around for a while now, while the listed specs are also largely what we've come to expect – namely a 4.6in screen with a 720p resolution, 12-megapixel camera, 1080p video recording, all held neatly in check by a 1.8GHz Exynos 4212 quad-core processor.
Sounds good on paper, though none of these details have actually been confirmed yet – which the page itself concedes by labelling the handset's status simply as “rumored”.
Still, it's the most info about the third-generation Galaxy S we've seen written down in any one place, and it does set the pulse racing.
Price-wise, Mobile City Online are asking for a cent shy of $800 – a shade over £500 for you and me – which is in a similar range to the launch price of its predecessor the Galaxy S II.
An inside scoop or just another rumour given shape? It's hard to say – there's nothing that immediately jumps out as dubious-sounding, but that on its own doesn't guarantee that the info is correct.
If only Samsung would do the decent thing and put us out of our misery...