Remember the Nokia mega-leak we covered last week – you know, the extensive product roadmap we suggested not taking too seriously?
Turns out we may have been jumping the gun, as one of the many devices mentioned – the Nokia Lumia 625 – has just popped up again, and is being tipped to launch in the next few weeks.
Images of a “Nokia 625H” have been spotted on the official Chinese radio certification site, and point to a 4.7in display (last week's rumours claimed 4.6in, so close enough).
The display resolution is just 800 x 480, however, and the dual-core 1.2GHz S4 processor, 512MB of RAM and 5-megapixel camera are equally low end, pointing to a budget handset at the base of the Lumia range.
Interestingly, though, it does come with LTE support, and so should be one of the cheapest 4G-capable handsets around when it touches down.
According to an insider source quoted by The Verge, that should happen over the next few weeks – well, in China anyway, where it's being tipped to launch with a price tag of just CNY1999 (around £220).