If you've pre-ordered a Samsung Galaxy S4, you may have more of a wait on your hands than expected as Samsung is struggling to provide enough handsets to meet demand.
The handset is meant to be landing in stores and on the doormats of organised pre-orderers on April 27 (tomorrow) but some will be disappointed.
"There has been unprecedented demand for the Galaxy S4 in the UK," Samsung told us in a statement.
"Samsung is working hard to ensure that pre-orders and sales across all channels are fulfilled as soon as possible."
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What does that mean for you? We've had a word with all the UK networks to see what's what.
An O2 spokesperson told us that some handsets should be on time: "For us, some customers (who've pre-ordered their handset before 19 April) will get their handset on 26 April. These customers will receive an SMS to let them know, if a contact number has been provided at point of order.
"For other customers who've ordered their handset before 19 April they'll receive their handset from 27 April." - from being the operative word, there.
Over at Three, it's a similar story in that some customers will get their handsets on launch day.
The network's spokesperson told us, "As Samsung have stock issues, we're unable to deliver the S4 to all customers who have pre-ordered. We're working closely with Samsung to do everything we can to get the S4 to our customers as soon as it's available."
We're waiting for word back from EE, Vodafone and Virgin so we'll keep you posted on those networks as and when we hear from them.