Samsung has officially unveiled its latest addition the Android brigade - the Samsung Galaxy Spica.
Samsung looks set to release a new Android mobile to complement the two already available in Europe.
Samsung's follow up to the moderately well-received Galaxy Android phone, the i5700 Spica, has now popped up in Scandinavia.
Samsung has announced the little brother to the Galaxy - codenamed the i5700 Galaxy Lite - as the Spica.
The Samsung Galaxy Lite i5700 Android handset is looking ever closer to a release at the moment, with an Italian site stating it will be renamed the Spica.
Samsung's i5700 Galaxy Lite phone has been pictured again, this time looking a little closer to final release.
Samsung's latest trick is to announce it will be bringing a whole host of Android phones to market for under $100 (£60).
Samsung's first effort at an Android-based mobile phone might not have debuted in the UK, but that hasn't stopped the i7500 Galaxy appearing in white ahead of the launch.