By now it seems clear that the Google Nexus 6 is a real thing, with the sheer number of rumours about its existence too many to ignore. But when can we actually get our hands on the new pure-Androidsmartphone?
Now, it seems we've got an answer. According to yet more leaked information, the handset will be officially announced on October the 15th, that's just hours away! The Google Nexus 6 has some seriously impressive specs, kicking off with a 5.92 inch display that makes it one of the biggest phablets currently available.
The screen will likely feature a massive resolution of 2560 x 1440 and include a 2.7 GHz quad core processor and 3 gigs of RAM. Camera tech sounds similar to the Nexus 5, with a 13 MP snapper on the back.
Google also looks set to be announcing the Nexus 9 tablet, likely on the same date. The tablet is being made by HTC while the phone is crafted by Motorola, in a move away from LG after the Nexus 4 and 5. These new devices will also be the first official rollout for the brand new Android L operating system. The L stands for Lollipop, marking it as the sucessor to KitKat.
We'll have more on the Google Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 very soon.