Once again, Expansys is at the centre of the row, showing off three new models that we'll be getting to grips with next month. Mobile Industry Review has got hold of all the deets and we hope for Sammy's sake that they've got more up their sleeves.
There's the new Samsung B2100, billed as the successor to the uber–rugged Samsung Solid, but lacking 3G or the pedometer from the original. On top of that, get set for two new WinMo models, the Louve and Pivot.
Sadly, these are both code names, but while the Louve will offer a 'tilting screen' and WinMo 6.1, the Pivot is the one to look out for. It'll be one of the first phones to pack the new Windows Mobile 6.5 OS, as well as a 5MP snapper, QWERTY keyboard, AGPS and Wi–Fi.
We'll be at MWC bringing you all the news. But surely Samsung will show off more than this? How about those Google Android handsets? Stay tuned to find out.