It's LG Nexus 5 rumour time again, and while ridiculous talk of an MWC unveiling last month proved the non-starter we all knew it was, there are still some pretty fanciful rumours knocking about the place.
Like the Nexus 5 being codenamed the Megalodon, and coming with a 5.2in screen, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and a 16MP camera with 4K video capabilities.
The codename may well be true (even if it does sound like a... um, male enhancement product), but as for the rest, well, it could just as easily be the product of an overactive imagination as a serious leak.
The image Android and Me has surfaced supplied by an anonymous source who claims to work at Google looks smart enough, but it's worth noting that previous rumours suggest Google opened up the rights to build the next Nexus to multiple manufacturers, so this could just be LG's design.
As for the specs, the 5.2in 1080p OLED display isn't too hard to believe, and the processor and 3GB of RAM... well, it's possible, as is the 16/32/64GB storage option and 3,300mAh battery.
Possible, but on the upper end of possible.
But the line has been crossed when it comes to the camera. Sorry, but a 16-megapixel camera capable of 4K video recording at 30fps and 1080p @60fps stretches the elastic past breaking point for us. Maybe you disagree - check out the full list of claimed specs for yourself at the original source and see for yourself.
The image may be real, the Megalodon name – actually the name of a giant prehistoric marine predator – could be true as well, but those specs sound like someone's idea of what the Nexus 5 should have, rather than what it does. If it's real at all.