Google is getting ready to unveil two Nexus smartphones later this year - and now, thanks to a leak, we know what the larger device might feature.

The larger Nexus is currently going by the name Marlin, and according to Android Police, which just published a list of specifications for the phone, it will feature a 5.5-inch display. Keep in mind that panel's size is .2-inches smaller than the one found on the current Nexus 6P, a phablet that Huawei and Google launched last year as a larger Nexus option for those of us who didn't want the smaller Nexus 5X by LG.

It will still be an AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2560×1440, however. Other leaked specs include a Qualcomm processor (the series is unknown; it might be a Snapdragon 820, Snapdragon 823, or the oft-rumored Snapdragon 821), 4GB of RAM (just like "Sailfish", the smaller Nexus that's due), 32GB or 128GB of storage (so long 64GB from the 6P), and a 12-megapixel rear camera.

It'll also have a 8-megapixel front camera, support for USB C, and a 3,450 mAh battery. If this leaked spec list turns out to be legit, you'll also see the speakers moved to the bottom of the device, and of course, it'll offer a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Android Police noted that this HTC-made phone has a design very similar to Sailfish, too. There's no word yet on pricing.

Check out Pocket-lint's Next Nexus rumour round-up for more Marlin leaks.