Huawei has another massive mobile in the works, and it's given it a natty new look. Just don't expect a specs overhaul.
The 6.1-inch Android behemoth has pitched up for pre-order on phone retailer Expansys for £335.
The update, which would fix the Exchange syncing issue and the passcode hack in iOS 6.1, could come before Wednesday, claims a German blog site.
The large-screen smartphone will be on sale from 20 April for just AU$429.
Some sleight of hand with Apple's iOS 6.1 has been illustrated in a YouTube video, and CNET can confirm it works.
The company says it has identified the cause of the Microsoft Exchange sync problem that materialized after the release of iOS 6.1 late last month.
The network has warned customers not to upgrade yet, due to 3G connection issues. And it says it's all Apple's fault.
Battery drain and problems with Microsoft Exchange, plus 3G service on one European carrier, are causing headaches for iPhone users.
Code tucked away deep within Apple's latest version of iOS provide some of the first hints that a radio service is on the way.
Just 36 hours after its debut, iOS 6.1 had already been installed by almost a quarter of the 13 million iOS users tracked by Onswipe.