Sony Ericsson hasn't even released the Xperia X2 yet, but official snaps and specs of its Android-based X3 successor have already made their way on to the internet.
Unsurprisingly it was leaky e-tailer Expansys that put the handset deets on its site (although we had seen a sneak peek before), listing the X3 as an Android handset packing a 4-inch touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera, HSDPA, Wi-fi, and hurrah, a 3.5mm jack.
The X3 will also be capable of taking VGA videos as well, and will take on a full touchscreen persona, dropping the physical keyboard seen in its predecessors.
Boasting the rather lovely looking "Rachael" UI we spotted in a video a few weeks ago, this handset certainly has to be one of the most exciting additions to Android to date.
Expansys hasn't been able to pull a date or price for the X3 as yet, but we'll be keeping our eyes on this one and bringing you the official announcemen when we get it. Let us know what you think to it below.