On Monday details of the forthcoming Nokia N5 were leaked all over webland, signalling that Stephen Elop wasn't joking when he said that 10 more Symbian handsets could be coming this year.

And now there's more details of what devices might make up this Nokia Symbian farewell range - and news of the first 1GHz Symbian action too.

Leaked (and suspect it has to be said) spec sheets tell us to expect the Nokia 701, the Nokia 700, the Nokia 600 and the Nokia 500. It's not clear if the N5 that was leaked is one of these handsets at this point.

What we do know (or at least, what the spec sheets point to) is the 701 (codenamed Helen) being the pick of the bunch. It purportedly has a 1GHz CPU, the newest version of Symbian (Belle), an 8-megapixel camera, a 3.5-inch LCD display and is listed as the C7's successor.

The 700 (codename Zeta) also packs Belle and a 1GHz chip and is touted as the "the thinnest smartphone ever". Big claims indeed. It's also said to be packing a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen.

Also listed is the Nokia 600 Cindy, which packs NFC, a 1Ghz chip, a 5-megapixel camera, an FM radio, a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen and an "attractive price".

Finally, we've got the budget Nokia 500 Fate, which still packs a 1GHz chip apparently and a 5-megapixel camera.

There's nothing official with any of these handsets and as we said the spec lists look a tad suspect so treat the leaks as dubious for now - but if the rumour mill is telling us one thing, it's that Symbian isn't quite dead....yet.