Pantech has continued its assault against the basic meaning of words with the Pantech Vega Secret Up, a daftly named smartphone with a 5.6in full HD display and a meaty list of specs.
Most make for familiar reading, but one that does stand out is the presence of a 24-bit 192kHz lossless audio codec for top-quality audio output.
Another interesting feature is Pantech's Privacy Protection Display, which narrows the viewing angle so that only someone looking straight at the display can see what's on it, while a fingerprint scanner adds a further layer of security.
The rest is more predictable: a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, a slightly measly 16GB of storage, a 3150mAh battery, LTE and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The Pantech Vega Secret Up will be available in South Korea this month in black or white and is expected to go for around the £500 mark. It's unlikely it'll make it to the UK, which is a shame, as it means we'll be losing out on what has to be one of the most magnificently random names for a smartphone we've ever come across.