Remember the 5in Sony Yuga? Sure you do – it's not the kind of name you easily forget, after all.
But that's just a development name, of course, and it'll be called something far more mundane and conformist once it appears on the shelves. Something like the Sony Xperia Z.
That's the latest rumour sent our way by the ever-vigilant Xperia Blog, and it seems entirely believable in that it contains the word “Xperia” followed by a letter of the alphabet – that's as much as most people understand about Sony's naming convention, anyway.
Aside from the name, we're also given a fair few specs - some new, some confirming what we've already heard about Sony's incoming Android heavyweight.
Or maybe heavyweight is the wrong word, as dimensions of 139 x 71 x 7.9mm mean it's unlikely to be overly heavy. The screen is confirmed as a 5in 1080p job – that much we knew already – and the panel will feature Sony's OptiContrast technology, which supposedly minimises the amount of unwanted diffused light thanks to a special resin.
Sony reckons it delivers a “richer viewing experience”, but then it would say that. If you've crossed paths with the Xperia V or the Xperia Tablet S, you'll already have seen it in action.
Speaking of the Xperia V, the Xperia Z comes with similar levels of weather protection – namely IP55 and IP57, which means dust protection and resistance to splashes and the occasional dunk in water.