Quick catch-up: we’re now referring to the inevitable camera-focused Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom as the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom. Obviously.
And if you were wondering what the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom looks like, your prayers have been answered (thank Jeebus), with a trio of spanking new pics doing the rounds.
Seemingly confirmed by one of the pics is the presence of a 20MP rear snapper with 10x zoom, as continually promised by ye olde rumour mill.
You might also notice that the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom appears to be housed in some sort of transparent plastic casing, and that is indeed the, er, case.
Said case comes in a choice of transparent or blue, and suggests that the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s buttons – power/lock, volume and camera shutter – will be nestled together on the right hand side of the device.
Other rumoured Samsung Galaxy K Zoom specs include a 4.8in 720p display, quad-core or Exynos 5 hexa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and the latest version of the world's most popular smartphone operating system, KitKat Android 4.4.2.
Oh, I should also mention that the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s lens doesn’t protrude when it’s not in use, as depicted in the image on the right.
The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom launch is scheduled for April 29, which is… next Tuesday.