Samsung continues to fling new phones at the battle-weary smartphone market without a care in the world – the latest being the Samsung Galaxy Z, which has just surfaced over in Sweden.
As far as we can tell, it's pretty much a slightly gentler Samsung Galaxy S II, presumably for people who feel the S II's screen is just a teeny bit too big, and the overall package a teeny bit too good.
And cynicism aside, we're really not exaggerating by much, either: instead of the 4.3in Super AMOLED Plus screen on board the Galaxy S II, for instance, the Galaxy Z offers you a 4.2in Super Clear LCD, running at the same 480 x 800 resolution.
The processor is a slight step-down, too, going from a 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos chip to a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2. The camera? 5-megapixel with 720p video as opposed to 8MP and 1080p.
Despite all that, the Galaxy Z contrives to be 1mm thicker and 19g heavier than its more illustrious stablemate.
The Galaxy Z is currently up for pre-order over in Sweden, but we haven't spotted it anywhere else as yet, and we're not sure whether it'll be winging its way to UK shores down the line.