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.
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, 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 chipset.
South Korea's MK News 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.
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, 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 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.