Nokia is rumoured to be lining up a launch event for April 19 where it could potentially unveil the first smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box.
Microsoft's upgraded mobile OS is expected to hit the airwaves in the Spring, bringing with it wider hardware support and a bunch of other new features and improvements.
There's no guarantee at this stage that the April 19 event will have anything to do with Windows Phone 8.1, though – or that Nokia is planning anything at all for that matter.
The rumour was posted on Twitter by the generally reliable @evleaks, but with a question mark at the end, suggesting even he isn't sure.
But it fits nicely with talk that Nokia is lining up a new Windows Phone 8.1-toting handset codenamed “Martini” – another bit of speculation with @evleaks' name behind it.
The Martini is likely to be an international version of the Nokia Lumia Icon, which was announced for the US and MWC last week, and could launch as the Lumia 930, replacing the current Lumia 920 in Nokia's Windows Phone lineup.
Once again, though, this is all just conjecture at this stage, and for our money mid-April feels a bit soon to hit Microsoft's definition of “Spring”, if past performance is anything to go by.
We'll keep our ear to the ground for further developments in the days and weeks to come.