Nokia appears to be chasing after Apple with a rumoured iPod shuffle-like audio device.
The device comes in an iPod shuffle-sized casing, with side volume buttons, a belt clip, and a microUSB port, but no display screen.
Most notably, the Guru will allegedly include near-field communication, allowing Nokia device owners to connect to it wirelessly.
The initial image shows the Guru in full-on neon blue — a colour likely to be offered alongside the usual Nokia yellow, as well as white and black.
A Nokia spokeswoman declined to comment on the rumors.
Earlier this year, Nokia gave its Lumia music-streaming service a boost with the new Nokia Music+ service, built as an add-on to the smartphone's existing radio music capabilities.
The Windows Phone device reportedly comes with a 1080p display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor, and, based on @evleaks's tweet last month, looks like every other Nokia Lumia smartphone.
This handset, however, will come with the "Treasure Tag" accessory to strap onto a keychain or other frequently lost item — featured today in an @evleaks image. Blass also posted a photo of the presumed Lumia 1520 protective cover, which comes in three colours (white, black and red) with foldable stand.