For the first time since Google's Nexus series was launched in 2010, two new Nexus phones will reportedly be launched by two different makers.
According to reports, Huawei and LG could come out with the new Nexus handsets by October.
This was earlier suggested by Artem Russakovskii of Android Police, which now claims to have received fresh details about the devices.
LG's Nexus phone codenamed LG Angler will reportedly have a 5.2in screen and a 2700mAh battery. The processor capacity and the ARM chip are yet to be decided.
LG will reportedly have the Snapdragon 808 chip in its device. It is the same hexa-core processor that powers LG's newest G4.
According to rumours, the processor will be used in a number of upcoming handsets including one from Xiaomi, Motorola's third Gen Moto X and the dual-edge curved screen variant of Galaxy Note 5.
LG's Angler would likely be the 2015 Nexus 5.
The other model by Huawei, which would be the company's first Nexus device codenamed Bullhead, looks like a bigger device with a 5.7in screen. Huawei could use the Snapdragon 810 in its Nexus phone and a 3500mAh battery. This is said to be the 2015 Nexus 6, but with more high-end form factor.
As for tablet, Google is likely to continue the Nexus 9 as the flagship tablet for another year, which means there would be no new addition to the Nexus tablet series.