The Google I/O Conference is here and it’s likely to be a hit if it shows us what we want to see. Here is our take on the two devices we desperately hope to set a date with during the San Francisco I/O event between May 15-17.

The Nexus 5: Nicknamed Megaladon, this is the apple of our eyes even before it’s born. Rumors point to a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor or atleast 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor for the Nexus 5. As a sequel to Google LG Nexus 4, this might as well floor us with a 16-MP shutter for the rear and a 2-MP baby cam at the front. Throw in 16/32/64GB in-device memory and you get hands on what is set to be the first wonder baby fed with Android Key Lime Pie.

This is our dream for the Google I/O but here is the dampener: “We have now heard that there could be a 32GB version of the LG Nexus 4 coming to Google I/O instead with LTE and CDMA bands…..This would be more plausible than the LG Nexus 5 as storage was an issue with the LG Nexus 4 and so was the lack of LTE.”

The Motorola X: There has been too much talk on this but all in vain! Personally, we feel that we have dreamt too much of this Motorola darling called the X and yet fantasize to see this at the Google I/O. Yes—we are that crazy. A smarty anticipated to kill us with a 1080p 4.7-inch display on a bezel that could put the Size Zeroes to shame, The Motorola X might be ready for water and torture with its Gorilla Glass screen and 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core Krait 400 CPU.

This is our dream number two. Here is the dampener two as well–The Motorola X could be delayed. The device we are fantasizing of could is only likely to launch in August this year.