Samsung's policy of firing out Galaxy devices left, right and centre has clearly worked, with the company reportedly having just set a new all-time record for most smartphones sold in a three-month period.
Things haven't been quite so stellar when it comes to tablets, though – but with 7in slates all the rage, how about a 7in variant of the Galaxy Note to twist your arm?
That's what SamMobile seems to think is in the offing – or maybe a 7.7in Galaxy Note, or actually possibly an 8.9in model.
To explain, it all comes from a new DLNA certification for a Samsung GT-N5100. With previous Galaxy Note devices all having had a “GT-N” format model number, it seems a strong likelihood.
And with the Galaxy Note range comprising solely the Galaxy Note 2 “phablet” at 5.5in and the full-size Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, it seems a fair call that any incoming model would fall somewhere in the middle.
But it was a fairly decent bit of kit, and a similarly sized Galaxy Note complete with second-gen S-Pen and maybe some of the strength Samsung has brought to the Nexus 10 (though probably not a 2,560 x 1,600 display, it's fair to assume) sounds a far better proposition than the current Galaxy Tab 2 offerings.