We still have the odd bit of trouble getting our heads around Nokia's naming convention. The C, X, E and N Series brands are simple enough, to be fair, but the double-barrel numbering that follows can easily trip up the unwary.
But now, it seems, there's an all-new line to think about: the T Series. An entry for a mysterious Nokia T7-00 has been spotted in a new Ovi Publisher tools document, leading to the inevitable whispers: could this be a Nokia tablet?
In truth, probably not – or at least we seriously hope not, anyway. The T7-00 is listed as running Symbian^3 on a 360 x 640-resolution display, which is hardly going to trouble even the most basic of slates currently hitting the market.
So let's face it: unless Nokia has completely lost the plot, this is a phone. But what will set the T Series apart from the rest of the Nokia stable? We don't know at this stage, but it is at least a sign of that Symbian innovation we've been hearing about a fair bit over the past week.
It may not be the Nokia N9, but hearing of an entirely new line of Symbian-based smartphones being lined up by the Finnish firm is more than an awful lot of Symbian sympathisers would have dared hope for six weeks ago.