That was yesterday. Today Android Police is reporting that the larger, Huawei-made Nexus is going to be available with a whopping 128GB of storage, which would be a record for a Nexus-branded device.
It also puts the Nexus 6 (or 6P) on a par with other 2015 flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S6. Android Police says "multiple trusted sources" indicate 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants are going to be available, with a US$50-100 premium on each one (that's about £32-64 or AUS$70-140).
Even with a growing number of apps relying on cloud storage, phone makers have responded to user demand for extra gigabytes. Apple is one of the few high-profile manufacturers still sticking with the 16GB entry level device.
Android Police says it's unlikely but not impossible that this year's Nexus 6 is going to come with a microSD card slot when it finally sees the light of day. If it does, that's a potential 256GB of storage we're looking at.
Plenty of room for your music and movie collection if you need to go offline for a while. For more on what we think we know about the upcoming handsets, check out our complete guides to the new Nexus 5 and Nexus 6.