The Google Nexus 5 is definitely coming – quite possibly on October 14, or the 15th, depending on who you listen to. In the meantime, Google has dropped the price of the Nexus 4 to under £200.
But be warned – it's unlikely there'll be any more once this lot have sold out.
The LG-made Nexus 4 was plagued by supply issues when it first launched towards the end of last year, which neither LG nor Google seemed willing to take responsibility for at the time.
But things have settled down since then, and the Nexus 4 has been a steady seller since then, even as newer arrivals have relegated it to more of a mid-ranger than a flagship.
That's where the Nexus 5 comes in of course, boosting the Google-branded handset to the latest in-fashion Snapdragon 800 CPU, plus of course it'll also be your first chance to get your fingers on Android 4.4 Kit Kat.
For now, though, you can grab yourself a SIM-free 16GB Nexus 4 for £199 – £80 off the standard price. The 8GB model, which had been reduced to £159 from £239, is sold out.
Over in the US, however, both models have now sold out, and while the standard Google Play out-of-stock message urges prospective buyers to “please check back soon”, it's unlikely they'll have any joy with the Nexus 5 launch now inside a month away.
In other words, if you're thinking about buying one, do it now or you might be left disappointed.