It looks like Carphone Warehouse, a major phone retailer in the UK, just couldn't wait to tell everyone about the next Nexus device so they've already put it up on their website for pre-order.
On the site it doesn't say exactly who it is made by but it looks like it will be officially named the Nexus 4.
Specs include a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 1280x768 which means a PPI of 320 and is protected by Gorilla Glass 2. The camera is still an 8MP shooter which has 1080p HD recording. Hopefully Google have updated actual configuration of the camera to produce better quality pictures. They also seem to be clear on stating that there is the ability to take 360° panorama shots - I don't know if this is part of Carphone Warehouse's marketing scheme or Google's. Of course it is running the latest version of Android 4.2 Jellybean and all of that seems to be on a 1.5Ghz Snapdragon S4 processor. the storage also seems to be the same at 8GB.
The website also says it'll start delivering the devices on the 30th of October, just a day after Google's event.
By the sounds of it, it looks like the device is pretty much the same as last year, it even looks the same. However I think Google have a trick up their sleeves which they're not telling us - hopefully they do have something to show at the upcoming event on the 29th of October.
You can head over to the Carphone Warehouse website to check it out yourself.