Fancy bagging a new Nokia N9? Looks like it might just be available imminently.
The good news is the date we're hearing of is less than a month away. The bad news - you may have to take a trip to Eastern Europe or beyond to pick one up.
According to Mynokiablog, there's been official word from Nokia Russia that the Finns' latest protege will be available on August 19.
It's been put up on the website of a Khazakstan retailer though we're unsure if that's the date it will actually be yours to buy or just available to pre-order from.
Either way, they're promising a discounted price of 99,990 Khazak Tengue (£420 to you and me) for those who purchase from them.
It's at least a sign that the N9 release is getting nearer. Nokia has been fairly tight-lipped about an official launch date for its first (and seemingly only) MeeGo handset, only saying that it is scheduled for release later this year.
Fans of the Finnish giant (which has now been overtaken by Apple as the largest mobile manufacturer in the world) will be grappling to get their hands on what is likely to be a niche handset.
But analysts are questioning Nokia's timing, because the longer Nokia waits the closer the N9's appearance will be scheduled to the arrival of the first Nokia Windows Phone handset.
And then a whole new chapter begins...