Google is set to hold a special event in San Francisco on September 29th, where it's expected to unveil its latest Nexus handsets, along with final release details surrounding Android Marshmallow.
The Big G is said to be priming two new Nexus devices, one made by LG, the other by Chinese manufacturer Huawei.
An exclusive leak courtesy of uSwitch last month confirmed that the smaller, LG–made handset will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and power configuration and 5.2–inch screen.
This device was thought to be getting the Nexus 5 name last seen in 2013. However, subsequent reports indicate it will be known as the Nexus 5X.
The larger Huawei phone, also detailed in a uSwitch exclusive, will come with a 5.7–inch display, again with a rear fingerprint scanner, usually the preserve of LG handsets. This phone is said to be called the Nexus 6P.
Alongside the new devices, Google’s latest Android update, Marshmallow, should also make an appearance.
Set to power these latest Nexus phones, it offers improved battery life and tweaked app permissions in order to protect personal data.