The next Nexus has been caught on camera -- in a seven-minute video that exposes design and software details of Google's next flagship phone.
The phone in the video may not be a final version, as it lacks the big 'Nexus' logo that appears on the phone's rump in other leaked pics that we've seen.
The software may not be the most up-to-date version of Android 4.4 KitKat either, as it's missing some recently-leaked features like a camera shortcut from the lock screen, and a transparent navigation bar.
While the phone in the video may not be identical to the one that'll eventually line shop shelves, the video still gives us perhaps our clearest look yet at the Nexus 5's design.
The next Nexus looks to keep the chunky look of the Nexus 4, but features a massive camera unit on the back, as well as some attractive-looking speakers on the bottom.
The most appealing feature of the Nexus 5 is likely to be its price. The new mobile is tipped to cost a mere $299 in the US, which could indicate a UK cost of less than £250. Fingers crossed, eh?
The Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat could get their grand unveiling as soon as tomorrow, so we probably don't have long to wait before we get a glimpse of the final article. Are you excited? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook wall.