Well that changes things a bit. When the Nokia Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 were announced at Mobile World Congress on Monday, they were priced at €139 (£120) and €249 (£215) respectively.
That was a Europe-wide guide price, however, before taxes and subsidies. If you want to turn your interest into reality, you're actually looking at prices of £170 and £300.
That's what online retailer Clove is charging for the pair (well, a penny shy in each case). The Lumia 520 is available to order in both black and white, while the Lumia 720 will launch in black only.
In both cases it reckons the first stock is due to arrive on April 1, a great choice of date as it gives the perfect excuse should the whole thing prove to be nothing more than hot air. As it happens, though, Clove specifically points out that the prices and availability have been confirmed, and so unlike with pre-orders you will be charged if you go ahead (though you can still cancel up to the point of shipping).
Those real-world prices will surely dampen the enthusiasm a little considering they're the best part of 50% higher than the headlines were reporting earlier in the week.
Puts some context to talk of Nokia potentially producing an “even cheaper” Lumia device. It may just have to if it really has designs on the smartphone low end.