After hearing that Samsung was planning two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – the quad-core Snapdragon 800 version and the eight-core Exynos 5 Octa – we're now told that the latter is being put on hold.
This is reportedly due to some pesky overheating issues that have left Samsung waiting on more stable Exynos processors that won't burn our hands off.
Brits were on the leaked list of those in line for the Exynos 5 love, so this is sure to get a few people frustrated if true.
However the UK, US and Australia will still be be able to get their fingers on the Snapdragon 800 should it be the only version to launch on time.
Colour us annoyed
And while we're on the subject, it looks like Apple isn't the only one discover that the world isn't just black and white. Samsung is said to be bringing the Galaxy Note 3 in black, white and – get ready for it – pink.
Whether or not this third one will make it past Korea remains to be seen, but it's claimed that the pink variant won't be available until a few weeks after the Galaxy Note 3's rumoured launch.