You can tell the Samsung Galaxy S III (or whatever it may be called) is just weeks away due to the amount of supposed leaks coming our way in the last few weeks. And here's another - this time, courtesy of Gizmodo.
According to their source, we're expecting something that'll be even thinner than the waif-like Galaxy SII that has proved so popular over the last 12 months.
But despite that handset being incredibly light for a smartphone, the successor will be heavier. As hoped for, it's looking likely to come with a 12MP snapper on the rear - which is a bump up from the already excellent 8MP unit. Up front, we'll be served with a secondary 2MP camera. Powering it all, expect a quad-core Exynos processor.
We've encouraged you to treat earlier links with a pinch of salt - and there are a hell of a lot of mockups around out there. Having said that, Gizmodo does appear to be confident in its sources and we must remind you, the site has form for breaking news (do we need to remind you of the whole iPhone 4 debacle that angered Steve Jobs so much back in 2010?)
This latest photo does appear to make the handset look like a fingerprint magnet though. We can't understand why said tipster didn't deign to give it a little wipe first!
CNET has already warned us that the new Galaxy is likely to be only an 'incremental update' rather than an all singing, all dancing brand new model. Then again, some would say the Galaxy SII was an incremental update of the original Galaxy S. And just look how popular that li'l baby was.
Anyhooooo.. not long to go now. Samsung has invited the world's media along for a May 3rd unveiling. And we're sure (or we hope) to see a gazillion more leaks between now and then.