Eight months is a long time for anything to exist. By tech standards, it’s the equivalent of 8 years.

Even though the Nexus 6 was released last November, the device is still among the market’s heavyweights, an affordable beast that highlights the best of what Android has to offer. But—and this is no fault of the Nexus 6’s—we already have our eyes on a follow-up. Namely, the Huawei-made Nexus phone that’s been rumored for months now.

With the fall months looming, folks are already anticipating a Nexus 6 successor, the specs of which leaked out recently. According to the report, the device’s internals sound mighty impressive: 5.7-inch QHD display, metal build, Snapdragon 820 processor, and a fingerprint scanner. Other rumors claimed the device would also sport a 3500mAh battery, rounding out what could be among the best phones of the year.

In addition to the specs mentioned above, we’re also expecting the phone to come equipped with USB Type-C, which will future-proof the device even further. The new standard is a reversible plug that provides power and allows users to transfer data; it’s basically a better version of Apple’s Lightning connector.

What’s curious about the device’s rumored specs is the inclusion of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820, which wasn’t expected to show up in devices until next year. However, if it does come inside the next Nexus, it’ll offer some serious upgrades over the Snapdragon 810.

One of the biggest features is that it can “anticipate” a user’s needs and actions in advance. At Mobile World Congress earlier this year, one demo included the ability to recognize the subject of a photo before it was taken. We do know that it’ll be incredibly powerful, so the potential applications are exciting. And seeing it push out Android M will be a dream.

Google might also be working on a second smaller Nexus device, though rumors surrounding that have died down as of late. However, it would make sense for two devices to exist, giving the Nexus more ammo to tackle Apple’s iPhone. The supposed baby brother of the two is being made by LG, and will pack a 5.2-inch display, 2700mAh battery, and a Snapdragon 808 processor.

With a rumored release pegged for Q4 of this year, chances are we won’t see any formal announcements until later this fall. The Nexus 6 was unveiled in October, which is likely when we’ll see these rumored follow-ups. To hear more about what to expect from the upcoming Nexus devices, check out the video above.