Nokia has been on the slide for a while now, but many still believe CEO Stephen Elop's decision to ally with Windows Phone and not Android two years ago is the biggest reason for the company's current woes.
And if that applies to you, there's every chance Elop's latest comments will get your blood boiling all over again: he's just suggested that Nokia could still decide to switch to Android after all.
Speaking to Spain's El Pais (translated), Elop reckons Nokia is constantly evaluating its options for the future, and that “anything is possible”.
“In the current ecosystem wars we are using Windows Phone as our weapon,” Elop is reported as saying. “But we are always thinking about what’s coming next, what will be the role of HTML 5, Android… Today we are committed and satisfied with Microsoft, but anything is possible.”
The problem for Elop is that any decision to abandon Windows Phone anytime soon would be interpreted as an admission that the idea was a mistake in the first place, and only went ahead because of Elop's personal history with Microsoft and financial “incentives” dished out by his former paymasters.
It's debatable whether Nokia could still make a success of things with Android anyway, even if it were able to make a clean break from Windows Phone immediately.
The Android ecosystem is way more competitive than it was two years ago, plus the dominance of Samsung is currently sucking profits away from even the strongest of rivals, never mind a newcomer to the platform looking to build a name.
One thing you can be certain of, though: if Nokia does at some point decide to abandon the Windows Phone experiment, expect a certain Mr S Elop to be following it out the door fairly quickly.