Said to be the dual-SIM Galaxy S4, pictures of a mysterious Samsung device have been posted over on Chinese forum 52Samsung.
The handset is labelled with the S4's model number GT-I9502 and, while appearing similar to the Galaxy S3 in its design, appears to be packed full of juicy S4-looking features.
Some of the images show the S4's specs, with the 1080 x 1920 display and quad-core processor certainly chiming with previously leaks we've seen.
This time there's nothing to be seen in the way of eye-scrolling features and no way to be sure if this is the 4.99" screen we've been expecting, but the new images do show the handset running Android 4.2.1. with 2GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera.
Real or fake? It could all be an expert Photoshop job, or Samsung using a fake case to throw us off the scent like it did in the run-up to the S3 launch. We have to say that the design surprises us a little, given that we were expecting a return to the more squared look of the S2.
Whatever the case, there's not long to wait now to find out, with Samsung's "Unpacked" event happening on March 14. We'll be in New York to give you the first word when it all spills out the box.