The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be waterproof, just like the Galaxy S7.
That's according to a report by SamMobile, which claims the forthcoming phablet will be IP68 certified. That means it would be waterproof up to a depth of 1.5m for 30 minutes, equalling the Galaxy S7.
It would also be dust-resistant.
If true, this would make the Note 6 Samsung's first waterproof, dust-resistant phablet.
The new Galaxy Note is usually revealed towards the end of the summer at gadget trade show IFA, which takes place at the start of September. Though last year, Samsung went early, and revealed the Note 5 on August 13th.
Rumours are already swirling that it could launch the Note 6 even earlier this year, possibly as early as mid-July.
The next-generation Note phone is said to feature an iris scanner, for unlocking it just by looking at it.
Spec-wise, it sounds fantastic We're expecting a 6-inch screen, 6GB of RAM, and a whopping 4,000mAh battery.
Let's hope it launches in the UK. Samsung refused to sell the Note 5 on these shores, leaving us Brits having to make do with the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus instead.