Deep breath, phone fans. Because Samsung is rumoured to be producing even more Galaxy-branded smartphones and tablets.
The Korean giant is already priming a string of Galaxy S4 variants, as well as its forthcoming Galaxy Note 3.
But now gossip has emerged about a new budget Galaxy Ace 3 and a Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 edition.
Rumours about both devices have emerged from Russia, where fan sites have snagged full-spec details for both devices.
The entry-level Galaxy Ace 3 will rock a four-inch display, use the latest version of Android Jelly Bean, with a five-megapixel camera and 4GB of on board storage.
The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will join seven-inch and eight-inch stablemates, the latter only rumoured for release last week.
As well as a 10.1-inch panel, it’ll come with Android Jelly Bean, a three- megapixel rear snapper and measure just 7.95mm.
Release dates are not yet clear, but with a major Samsung Galaxy event in London on June 20th, it would be surprising if these devices were not officially revealed within the next month.
Samsung seems intent on covering all bases with its Galaxy phones. The S4 Mini, S4 Active, S4 Mega and Note 3 are all expected to launch at the same London bash.