Speculation has been rife for some time now that Samsung's next flagship phablet, expected to be dubbed the Galaxy Note 3, will sport a display that is larger than that found on the current generation Galaxy Note 2. (opens in new tab)
However, the mobile world can't seem to settle on a rumour of choice, with various gossip pointing to the Note 3 offering a 5.7in, 5.99in, or even a 6.3in screen.
According to Indian logistics site Zaumba (opens in new tab), the scope of rumours out there may be down to the fact that Samsung itself has yet to settle on a screen size for the device, with listings allegedly showing that the Korean smartphone manufacturer has shipped 5.5in, 5.7in, and 5.99in variants of the Note 3 to India for R&D testing.
An alternative explanation is that Samsung may make the Note 3 available in a range of sizes, or that the different measurements could be market-specific.
Elsewhere, debate continues to rage over whether the Galaxy Note 3 will pack a quad-core Snapdragon processor, or rock Samsung's new 8-core Exynos 5 5420 (opens in new tab) chipset.
South Korea's MK News (opens in new tab) is the latest to wade into the debate, saying that it understands the Galaxy Note 3 will feature the Snapdragon 800 SoC, adding that it believes the device will come with a 5.7in display and 3GB of RAM.
(opens in new tab)In addition to a super-size screen and a beefy processing configuration, the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to ship with the latest version of Google's mobile OS, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, (opens in new tab) as well as sporting a 13-megapixel rear camera.
There's also rising speculation that the Galaxy Note 3 will be LTE Advanced-ready, and it's all-but-certain that it will be accompanied by the trademark S Pen stylus.
Though no formal release date has been announced, it's thought that Samsung will launch the Note 3 at IFA 2013 (opens in new tab) this September.
Stay tuned for more, as we'll be on-the-ground in Berlin for the annual consumer electronics showcase bringing you all the latest news from Samsung as it breaks.