With the Galaxy S4 launch now firmly out of the way, Samsung mobile fans are no doubt looking forward to the arrival of the other top-end Galaxy handset later in the year – the Galaxy Note III phablet.
But now it seems all the speculation about curved displays and aluminium construction we've been hearing may be nothing more than hot air, and neither will be present when the Galaxy Note III arrives in the flesh.
It's easy to understand how the rumours came about. After all, we've been talking about Samsung's flexible AMOLEDs for a while now, and the sleek aluminium lines of the HTC One and Nokia's new Lumia 925 have received plenty of praise.
But according to the normally trustworthy SamMobile, Samsung's flexible display technology simply isn't ready for mass production yet.
And while the company has certainly taken note of how well the metal-bodied HTC One's design has been received, it's simply too far down the development line to change tack and produce enough aluminium frames to satisfy launch demand for the Galaxy Note III.
In other words, it's sticking with plastic.
In fact, from a visual point of view the Galaxy Note III, we're told, will look just like an upsized Galaxy S4, and the only serious design change from the existing Note II will be a narrower bezel, allowing for the display to jump from 5.5in to 6in without affecting the overall dimensions.
Reading between the lines, it does at least seem that Samsung is open to switching to a metal body for its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note flagships, so it might be something to look forward to in next year's Galaxy S5.