It looks as if the wait for Google to reveal its gPhone plans might soon be over.

Over this weekend, there's been a mass of rumours pointing to Monday as "the" day, with Google expected to call a press conference and unveil their new mobile phone platform.

Codenamed "Android", the software suite is said to contain a "complete mobile phone software stack" on a Linux-based OS platform.

No-one has confirmed that actual handsets will be on display, but "sources" have linked Japan’s KDDI and NTT DoCoMo very strongly to the announcement.

As well as these companies there are rumoured to be over 30 other partners in what will be known as the "Open Handset Alliance", including Qualcomm, Broadcom, HTC, Intel, Samsung, Motorola, Sprint, and Texas Instruments.

Android was the name of the mobile-phone software company bought out by Google in 2005, run by an ex-Danger founder. It's never been revealed what the firm has worked on since the takeover.

Google has repeatedly declined to talk about the gPhone or confirm the Monday event, but check in with us here at Pocket-lint tomorrow, where we'll bring you the news as it happens.