We may well see some new Nexus handsets as soon as next month, so it's no surprise that they've started being the subjects of rumours and the latest leak is one of the most detailed yet.
GizmoChina has unveiled a long list of specs for both of the rumoured Nexus handsets. The LG Nexus phone (the new Nexus 5, perhaps) will apparently have a 5.2-inch 1080p P-OLED screen, an octa-core Snapdragon 620 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 64GB of built in storage and a non-removable 3180mAh battery.
There will apparently be a 13MP camera on the back, with an f/1.8 aperture lens, optical image stabilisation, a laser autofocus and a dual-LED flash, while the front-facing snapper will supposedly be 4MP.
You can also apparently look forward to a fingerprint scanner integrated into a rear power button, which matches up with cut-outs in some leaked cases we've seen.
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Plus the phone will have front-facing stereo speakers, an aluminium frame with chamfered edges and a matte plastic back cover.
You can keep it charged up with both wireless and quick charging and it's said to support NFC too. According to the leak all that will cost in the region of $300-400 (around £193-257 / AU$406-542), so it should undercut rival flagships.
The site doesn't have as many details on the Huawei Nexus (potentially the new Nexus 6) but reports that it will have a 5.7-inch WQHD AMOLED display, a metal unibody, a 21MP camera and Rezence/WiPower wireless charging.
For the most part this all lines up with what we've already heard, though it fills in some specs gaps too. The only bit that slightly conflicts with earlier rumours is the Snapdragon 620 processor, as previously it was thought the LG Nexus would sport either a Snapdragon 808 or a Snapdragon 820.
It's also worth noting that GizmoChina makes no mention of where it obtained this information, so its authenticity is anyone's guess, but if it's accurate then both new Nexus handsets could be pretty exciting.