Google's Nexus 5 has been spied in red, leading credibility to rumours that the Big G is plotting a range of new hues for its popular flagship phone.
The photo above appeared at Vietnamese-language site Vietnamnet.vn, and reportedly shows a sample product that will go on sale in late February or March.
The photo could be a clever fake, or the pictured phone could be an amateur's mock-up, so I'd recommend taking this -- and indeed all tech rumours -- with a pinch of salt.
One dissonant note in this symphony of rumours is that the phone spied above looks to be a much brighter shade of red than the maroon-ish mobile that we showed you yesterday.
Google's Nexus 5 is perhaps the best value smart phone money can buy, bringing you high-end specs and cutting-edge Android for a startlingly reasonable £299 for the lower-capacity 16GB model.
It's not too colourful, however, and is currently only available in boring old black and white. A lick of paint could tempt those currently eyeing up Apple's colourful iPhone 5C, which comes in a veritable rainbow of hues, but is considerably more expensive, starting at £469.
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