It's looking increasingly likely that Nokia's first Windows Phone handset will be announced at the Nokia World conference in London at the end of next month, and a newly leaked image of the phone in question on a poster has given us some interesting new info to mull over too.
Top of the list is the name Nokia 703, which is now being touted as the potential new identity for the device codenamed 'Sea Ray', which suggests the first Nokia WinPho handset might be more mid-range than we were first presuming.
There have been rumours to that effect, it has to be said, which are suggesting that the first device – or first round of devices if there's more than one – will simply establish Nokia on the platform before the real heavy hitters land early next year.
And this slightly blurry product poster image surfaced by WMPowerUser seems to fall into line with that theory. The device pictured does look an awful lot like the 'Sea Ray' famously flashed by Stephen Elop just after the Nokia N9 launched a couple of months ago.
And according to the spec sheet it measures 112 x 60.8 x 12.3mm, weighs 114g and packs a 3.7in LCD with a 480 x 800 resolution, along with a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video smarts, 8GB of storage and 512MB of RAM.
In terms of spec, that's similar enough to the recently announced Nokia 701 to make the product number sound about right, though we'd have to say it isn't exactly a breathtaking list of features.
At the bottom of the poster it looks like it says something about the date 27 November (next to the word “General”).
While we're a bit confused by why the information would be presented that way, we can only think it must be referring to when the handset is expected to go on sale.