According to a new report by Droid Life, Google's upcoming Nexus device(s) will be releasing by the end of this month and will be christened as Nexus 5x and Nexus 6p. Nexus 5x has been floating around the internet for the past couple of weeks. The Nexus 5x is reportedly being developed in collaboration with LG and if the leaked images are anything to go by, the device will rock a protruding camera with a fingerprint sensor just underneath it. Sources have indicated that LG is making a 5.2-inch Nexus phone with a battery roughly around 2700mAh in size and a Snapdragon 808 processor. It was codenamed "bullhead" but Droid Life believes that Nexus 5x will be the final release name of the device. Rumor Mills have churned out a new entrant into the blogosphere, the Nexus 6p. The Nexus 6p will be the successor to the humongous Nexus 6. Reports indicate that Google has roped in Huawei to make the smart phone and the device is said to sport a 5.7-inch display, 3500mAh battery, and Snapdragon 810 processor, all under the codename “angler.” The latest leaked image of the Nexus 6p may not appeal to many considering the Motorola built Nexus 6 was a beautiful phone. Huawei has put in a huge protruding camera strip on the back with an identical fingerprint sensor underneath it. Both the phones are expected to launch alongside Google's new Chromecast on September 29. We will be providing exclusive coverage of the event so don't forget to subscribe!