We appear to have caught the first real glimpse of the new Google Nexus 5X, courtesy of a leaked snapshot.
However, it's also been widely reported that Google is working with LG on a second, smaller Nexus smartphone. Now we think we know what it looks like.
Actually, it isn't particularly mysterious at all. In fact, its design squares up with a render video that emerged late last week.
There's the same rounder, matte, vaguely Lumia-esque rear section; the same rear-mounted circular motif (which is presumably a fingerprint sensor); and the same spread-out flash and laser autofocus sensor array.
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This render was reportedly based on the detailed factory schematics that are given to accessory makers ahead of a phone's launch. Now we appear to have seen the real thing.
Other things to expect from the second-generation Nexus 5 is a 5.2in display, a USB-C port and dual front-facing speakers.
If previous Nexus smartphone launches are anything to go by, we can expect confirmation of Google's plans some time in October.
Check out our smartphone group test video below: