It's not quite in the league of the Nokia 808 PureView bombshell announcement at Mobile World Congress 2012, but Nokia's nonetheless managed to raise eyebrows all over again with its latest piece of news.
It relates to the Lumia 800 and its long-running battery saga, which we've been doing our best to cover recently despite some of the info being more than a little vague.
That's been more than a little frustrating for many Lumia early adopters, but we suspect they'll stop complaining pretty quickly when they find out the latest software update as much as triples the Lumia 800's battery life. Yes, triples.
Nokia itself hasn't yet said anything official, instead it's WPCentral making the claim after managing to get the still-to-launch software up and running. The WinPho site reckons the dramatic increase is largely to do with better management of the screen's brightness, with the battery drain rate of 70mA a huge improvement over the 150mA being experienced before.
Impressive stuff, and a happy ending it seems to an affair that must have had many Lumia 800 owners wanting to tell Stephen Elop exactly where he could stick his precious "third ecosystem".