The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 already arrived during IFA 2013 earlier this month, but there's a flexible new variant on its way.
A Samsung spokesperson has apparently confirmed that it will be producing a Note 3 complete with flexible display - although the phone itself won't actually bend.
The current Galaxy Note 3 sports a huge 5.7-inch, full HD Super AMOLED display covered in a large amount of glass - and that means there's a lot of screen to damage.
Introducing a flexible display to the Note 3 will provide an almost unbreakable screen - handy as this is a big device which can easily slip out of the hand.
When we hear the words "flexible display" our minds race to handsets which we can fold, roll and generally manipulate any way we want.
But in reality smartphones are still restricted by the solid components under the hood so you won't be moulding the Galaxy Note 3 into any new shapes.
The flexible-display-toting Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date is pegged for the final quarter of the year, with rumours pointing to a limited production run in October.