Heard of the Acer Allegro? Nope, us neither. Turns out that it's the Windows Phone Mango-flavoured Acer W4 that was spotted on display at Computex back in June.
And if retailer Expansys is to be believed, the Allegro will be touching down in the UK next month for the SIM-free price of £259.99.
The Allegro may be a newcomer to the scene but of course thanks to Microsoft's fairly tight restriction on WinPho hardware, there's a predictably familiar feel to the specs on board.
The screen is a 3.6in VGA affair running at 480 x 800, while processing duties are taken care of by the 1GHz single-core processor. Not much chance of beating any speed records here, then.
You're given a middle-of-the-road 8GB of on-board storage to play with, but you can add to it via microSD card now that Windows Phone knows how to play with them.
Camera-wise it's a 5-megapixel unit and all the usual wireless connectivity options like Wi-Fi, aGPS and Bluetooth are present and correct.
That's about that, and let's face it, there's pretty much nothing here that sets the pulse racing. And that's the problem with Microsoft's approach to its Windows Phone OEMs: there's almost zero scope for a mid-range handset like this to stand out from the crowd.
Still, if that doesn't put you off Expansys will quite happily take £259.99 off your hands, and is promising a December 1 shipping date.