It's not like we weren't expecting it anyway, but Korean sources are claiming Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 will launch at a pre-IFA event in Berlin on September 4.
In fact, arguably the more exciting claim is that Samsung will also use the event to unveil its Samsung GEAR smartwatch.
Given that the previous two Galaxy Notes both launched at IFA there was never much doubt that the third generation would do the same, though there's been plenty of speculation surrounding just about everything else to do with the S-Pen-wielding phablet.
The latest rumour is it'll launch in three different display sizes – 5.5in, 5.7in and 6in – while it's also being tipped to come packing everything from an Exynos 5 Octa processor, 3GB of RAM and a 13MP camera.
There's not much to say about the GEAR, other than to reveal that the name first surfaced in a trademark filing last week.
However, the fact that it'll be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 3 suggests it'll be pitched as a companion device to your (Samsung) smartphone.
Just a month till we find out.