LG's new Nexus 5, which is expected to make its official debut later this month, has leaked out again in its "final form." The image above purportedly confirms the actual design of Google's new device, and a number of its features.

The Nexus 5 in this image looks identical to the device that leaked out last month, so we have little reason to dismiss the design at this point. However, what we can't confirm is whether this is indeed a genuine image from Google or LG, or whether it's just a mockup based on previous leaks.

According to AndroidPIT, the image was supplied by a "trusted source," and it confirms the new Nexus 5's final design, along with its protruding camera, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual LED flash, and laser autofocus sensor.

Other specifications are rumored to include a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera. The new Nexus 5 is also expected to feature a 2,700mAh battery and USB-C connectivity.

According to a recent report, LG's new smartphone could be called the "Nexus 5X," and it could go on sale immediately after its unveiling on September 29, with prices starting at $399. Google is also expected to announce a second Nexus smartphone from Huawei.