Supposed specifications for a handset dubbed the HTC Omega have been published, suggesting that this could be HTC's first Windows Phone 7 Mango device set for release this autumn.
Rumours suggest that it will have a 3.8-inch screen and may be a mid-ranged Mango-based follow-up to the HTC 7 Mozart from the company's first batch of Windows phones.
According to the leak, the Omega will include a 1.5 GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 16GB of storage and an 8MP camera with 720p HD video recording.
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If this phone hits the shelves, you are also likely to also get the usual connectivity options of Bluetooth, 3G, Wi-Fi and GPS included for all your navigational needs.
The leaked specs mention that there will be no expandable storage via microSD which is not uncommon for a device with 16GB of storage included and is perfectly normal for a Windows Phone handset.
Images of the supposed HTC Omega have yet to materialise, and the source of the spec - a blog called Gadgetian - is completely unknown to us, so we're not exactly convinced by the legitimacy of the information.
But the TechRadar rumour meter does concede that it's possible that the HTC Omega exists; we'll find out in autumn for sure.