Just a few days ago we were musing over the HTC Proto, a new low-end Android smartphone from Taiwan's finest.
That was always just a codename, however, and now its final identity has been revealed: the HTC Desire X, and with the name comes a detailed spec list too.
For that we have to thank ePrice, which has managed to grab some hands-on time with the Desire X, as well as some retail documents which give the game away in some fairly serious detail.
We'll start on the outside, where the Desire X is suitably slim and slender, with a 9.3mm waistline and a weight of just 114g, while the display is a 4in WVGA panel (480 x 800, that is).
Compared to the existing (though now ageing) Desire S, the Desire X is bigger, lighter and more powerful, largely matching the differences between the One S and One X, for example.
The processor is an unspecified dual-core 1GHz unit, backed by 768MB of RAM. Storage isn't bad for a low-end device: you've got 4GB on board, a microSD card slot for adding more, plus 25GB of free Dropbox cloud storage for two years.
On the surface the 5MP camera doesn't seem like anything special, but with an f/2.0 rating and the obligatory autofocus/LED flash combo, it could certainly be worse. When it comes to video, though, you're restricted to WVGA clips.
The battery is a removable 1650mAh unit, and good ole' Beats Audio is present and correct too for some added audio goodness. OS-wise it's Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich you're looking at, flavoured with a shot of HTC Sense 4.1.
What the ePrice leak doesn't give us is any sense of when the HTC Desire X might be showing its face. Hopefully HTC can help us out with that over the next few days.