Details of a new Samsung smartphone dubbed the Galaxy Q have emerged online, suggesting that it will be a diminutive alternative to the full sized Galaxy S.
According to a leaked specs sheet, the new addition to the burgeoning range of Android mobiles will be home to a three-inch AMOLED screen, a full QWERTY keypad and version 2.2 of Google's all-singing, all-dancing operating system.
An eight megapixel camera with HD video capture capabilities is also onboard, as well as a basic one megapixel unit for video calling.
The Galaxy Q will retain the powerful 1GHz processor of its larger sibling and could even have 16GB of onboard storage space available.
Samsung has yet confirm details of the handset, but it is widely expected to hit shelves in the run-up to the Christmas holidays.