But screw it, time's running out before launch day so apparently things are really going to hit overdrive now.
Today, PhoneArena has been rumourising about one of the most talked about aspects of any new phone – the price – and one of the least talked about – the battery.
Not that the battery's not important – in fact, it'll probably have more day-to-day impact on your life with the Nexus 5 than how much it's costing you to use it, but anyway. The point is, in this case the two are actually related, as PhoneArena's source say the price you pay will determine the battery you get.
Apparently Google is releasing two different Nexus 5 models, one with 16GB and one with 32GB, but it won't just be the on-board storage (and obviously the price) that will differ. The cheaper 16GB will apparently come with a 2300mAh battery (as revealed by the leaked manual) and will be priced at $299, while the 32GB model will pack a larger 3000mAh cell and will go for $399.
Given how those prices relate to the US Nexus 4 prices, we're probably looking at £239 and £319 here in the UK.
It's an interesting point of differentiation, as having more files stored on your phone doesn't in itself put significantly more strain on the battery. So could there be other differences between the two that would make the difference in battery size more logical?
The 2300mAh battery capacity was already looking a little on the light side when it leaked a couple of days ago, and we can't see anyone being any happier to find out Google could have slotted in a higher-capacity battery just fine, but chose not to do so to create an artificial “upgrade” point to the pricier 32GB handset.
If that's indeed the case – we'll probably have another six leaks by the end of the week saying different.