Just when you thought that Windows Phone 7 (with a bit of help from MeeGo) had kicked the last breath out of Symbian, the Nokia N5 - boasting an updated version of Symbian Anna - goes and leaks all over the web.
We know that the days of the Nokia and Symbian love affair are numbered, with the final signatures now in place for all developing and support of Symbian up to Accenture from October 2011.
But we also know that Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has said the company plans an additional 10 Symbian-powered handsets over the next 12 months.
And it looks like the N5 could be the first of these handsets, with rumours of the N6 and N7 to follow doing the rounds as well, after it was snapped by Blurrycam.
Coming in black and white (with a garish green back) flavours, the N5 is said to have around a 3.2-inch display and 5-megapixel camera with LED flash.
No official details as of yet on the N5, N6 or N7 - but as always, we'll keep you posted.