We can hardly wait for the smattering of mobile goodies Samsung looks set to have lined up for Mobile World Congress, which starts just 10 days from now.
And by the looks of things Samsung seems pretty excited too, as it's clearly saved its Sunday best for what's set to be one of the stars of MWC – that Galaxy S2.
Why else would it be holding back all its favourite digital goodies from the also-imminent Galaxy SL, another new face that looks set to be heading out the factory door soon?
Never heard of the Galaxy SL? Until today, neither had we actually. According to Indian site NewTechnology, it's the successor to the Galaxy S, but it looks more like an update rather than the Galaxy S2 under a different name.
Samsung is clearly holding onto its stocks of Super AMOLED screens and Hummingbird processors for the Galaxy S2, as the SL features a 1GHz Texas Instruments chip and a Super Clear LCD panel instead.
It's still massive at 4in across, and the 5-megapixel camera is typical mid-range Android fare these days. Speaking of which, it's Android 2.2 Froyo doing OS duty here, rather than the newer Gingerbread we're expecting on the Galaxy S2, another sign that this is most likely just an update or variation to the original Galaxy S to extend its life-cycle.
So far the SL has been lined up for Asia and the Middle East, although Engadget now adds it'll be on offer in Germany too. Will we be seeing this mystery new Samsung in the UK? Time will tell.