The Nokia N9 was only launched last week but already, a UK online retailer has put a description page for the phone with a suggested retail price of £599.99
There's no item description, on the page here, and no indication as to when the handset will be available.
The N9 is the first and possibly the last commercially available smartphone from Nokia based on the Meego operating system, one that merges together previous Intel & Nokia mobile platform projects.
Although its hardware specifications are hardly ground-breaking, it does come with some minor but significant improvements including: a display that's closer to the inner side of the scratch-resistant display, up to 64GB onboard storage and near field communication.
Its other key features include a 1GHz single core TI OMAP system on chip with a PowerVR SGX530 GPU, 1GB RAM, a 3.9-inch 854x480 pixel capacitive screen, Wi-Fi, GPS and Meego.
There is no microSD slot though, and for some reason Nokia chose to adopt the same microSIM card format as the iPhone 4.
With a claimed price tag of £600, the N9 is going to have a tough time rivalling the new iPhone 5 and the slew of existing superphones already on the market - like the Samsung Galaxy S and the HTC Sensation.