We'll start with a disclaimer: this post is about Eldar Murtazin and Nokia. You've been warned.
The ever-opinionated blogger's latest claim is that Nokia will release a handset called the Lumia 910 in Europe in May, which will effectively be the Euro version of the Lumia 900 we've been mulling over for the past few days.
Murtazin took to digital soapbox Twitter yesterday to deliver his latest mobile prediction, saying the Lumia 910 will arrive with a 12-megapixel camera rather than the 8-megapixel affair on the US-only Lumia 900.
Leaving aside the source for a second, it actually seems a fair call. As we pointed out yesterday, having to wait until nearly mid-year for what will really just be a Lumia 800 with a bigger screen seems odd, and surely Nokia would be better releasing a Euro-specific device rather than just the US Lumia 900 with the 4G radio taken out. The Lumia 910 theory ticks all those boxes likely.
But of course with Murtazin you can't leave aside the source for the second, and his latest musings could fall anywhere between an educated guess to an outright lie. After all, we can't imagine there's anyone at Nokia these days still being willing to talk to him about anything at all, never mind sensitive product plans.