Brace yourselves, folks, for we have another fresh dose of Nexus rumors to deliver. According to "industry sources", Google has a new smartphone to unveil within no more than 30 days, and it will be powered by a new Android version. That is said to be Android 4.2, which has reportedly been showing up on server logs already. Moreover, the sources confirm that information regarding the handset has been leaked online already, although they don't specify which one among all rumored devices we deal with on a daily basis is the new Nexus.
Now, we have to highlight the fact that no hard evidence exists in support of these rumors. However, they might end up being on the right track. After all, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is nearly a year old, so the time seems perfect for a newer model to succeed it.
What's pretty interesting is that this year, Google might have partnered up with more than one manufacturer, so we might have not one, but several new Nexus smartphones to choose from. One of them could be the Samsung GT-i9260, which has been spotted in EXIF logs on Picasa, the other could be a variant of the LG Optimus G, and a third offering might be made by HTC.
Note that none of the above is official information, so it should be taken with a great deal of disbelief. But in case it turns out to be true, what do you, guys, think about having Nexus smartphones manufactured by different makers? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!