After the earlier leak by Carphone Warehouse of the Nokia Lumia 900 (which is supposed to come in June), there's a report over the launch of the yet-to-be-announced Lumia 910 in Europe in May.
Russian technology blogger, Eldar Murtazin, tweeted "Who needs lumia 900 in june [sic] if they want to launch lumia 910 (12mpx) in may? Europe", sparking some interesting speculation.
The phone, which may be linked to the Nokia Lumia 900, will almost certainly have a Qualcomm processor, a 12-megapixel camera, Windows Phone (either Mango or Apollo) and Nokia's own ClearBlack AMOLED touchscreen display.
The Lumia 900 features a dual core Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.4GHz, with a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, Wi-Fi, an eight megapixel camera with HD video and Carl Zeiss optics, a front facing camera, Wi-Fi, HSDPA and a 1830mAh battery.
Expect the phone, together with the Lumia 900, to be launched at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona towards the end of February.
Nokia has already sold more than one million Lumia handsets, and while this is a decent number - it is a tiny fraction of the volume of iPhones Apple sold over the same period.