You may recall the low-end Nokia Lumia 510 that popped up at the Chinese certification board a couple of weeks ago boasting a wallet-friendly spec fuelled by Windows Phone 7.8.
Now it's popped up again on the rumour radar, this time with a better-quality pic (though still by no means a good one), and confirmation of the specs we heard about last month.
We have GSMArena to thank for the new imagery, or someone with GSMA's email address at any rate, and we have to say it's a little better looking in a real-world setting than the impression we got from the initial images.
In terms of the spec, though, there's nothing new to add: we're still talking an 800MHz processor, a 4in LCD display with a 480 x 800 resolution, 256MB of RAM and a 5-megapixel camera.
According to the GSMArena source, the Lumia 510 is likely to be priced at around $150 (£93) when it goes on sale – or the equivalent of that price, we should say, as we still have no idea where (other than China) the Lumia 510 will be launched.