We missed this through the week but it's certainly worth catching up on: a second source has emerged claiming that Nokia is lining up a new Windows Phone flagship called the Lumia 1820 with some pretty special credentials.
The two headline claims from the original tweet are repeated by DigiTimes: that the Lumia 1820 will boast a brand new Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, and a beyond-full HD 5.2in display.
Well, we're taking it that way anyway: DigiTimes actually mentions a qHD display, in other words a resolution of 960 x 540, but given the rest of the spec that's extremely unlikely and should probably read QHD or Quad HD – in other words, 2560 x 1440, a resolution supported by the Snapdragon 805.
That aside, DigiTimes also speaks of a 3400mAh battery and Windows Phone 8.1, but doesn't have anything to say on @NextLeaks' claims of 3GB of RAM and a Lytro camera with Xenon flash.
It does, however, agree that the Lumia 1820 will be Nokia's headline Windows Phone announcement at Mobile World Congress next month. It also says Nokia will announce a second WP8.1 handset, the previously rumoured Lumia 1520V, in Barcelona, as well as the Lumia 1525, a 6in phablet with similar specs to the Lumia 1820.
So what do you make of the Lumia 1820? Is this the smartphone to finally get high-end Windows Phones spoken about in the same breath as the iPhone and the best Android phones around? Give us your thoughts in the Comments below.