It may have been overshadowed by the high-end Nokia Lumia 920, but the Lumia 820 also made its debut in New York today, offering much of the same features.
The screen size is slightly smaller at 4.3in, and at a lower 800 x 480 resolution, but wireless charging support is present and correct, as is the same dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor.
In terms of design the Lumia 820 looks like a mix of the new Lumia 920 and the existing Lumia 800, with the same colourful polycarbonate shell as both, though the chassis is more rounded than the Lumia 920.
In dropping from the Lumia 920's 4.5in display to the 4.3-incher on board the 820, Nokia has also dropped the fancy-pants PureMotion HD+ WXGA display for a more conventional 800 x 480 ClearBlack panel.
The back panel is interchangeable, which will suit those apparently free souls who want to change their phone colour every other day (though I've never met any of them myself, to be honest). More importantly, it also allows you to attach the Qi wireless charging shell, which is how you, well, charge the Lumia 820 wirelessly.
NFC support is another wireless communication box ticked, so the Lumia 820 can chat to (and potentially charge through) the growing crop of wireless accessories now available such as new JBL speakers and the pricey Purity headphones.
You're restricted to just 8GB of on-board storage as opposed to its big brother's 32GB, but microSD card support should help you avoid feeling the pinch too badly.
The camera is potentially the biggest area of compromise, as the Lumia 820 ditches the PureView imaging magic for a plain-Jane 8MP sensor, though you do get a dual-LED flash and full HD video capture.
Nothing yet on when it'll be available, or the all-important price, but hopefully Nokia won't keep us waiting too long.