It’s been nice knowing you, Nexus 5.

Google is expected to hit the stage on Tuesday and announce its next line of Nexus smartphones — LG’s Nexus 5X and Huawei’s Nexus 6P. They’re reportedly going to be significantly cheaper than earlier versions. That’s not good news for owners of the Nexus 6 or the bestselling Nexus 5, looking to trade in.

Boston-based trade-in factory Gazelle has cash trade-ins at up to $75. That’s less than a quarter what you would’ve paid for a Nexus 5 if you bought it some time last year.

We’ve compiled a list of trade-in values for the Nexus 5, carrier-locked and unlocked, at several different vendors, including T-Mobile, but just one word of caution: the new Nexus phones may end up only being sold through Google, according to this Android Police report.

That means selling your phone to Best Buy, T-Mobile, Sprint and Wal-Mart might not be the best way to go (unless you want to spend the store credit on something else, but that would defeat the purpose, right?). Since it’s gossip for now, we’ll include store credit options for the time being.

Now remember: these are all estimates based on the thought that you didn’t beat up your phone too bad. And one more thing: some of these vendors get rather specific about the kind of model — like which color, how much space — while others don’t, which is why there are more sellback options for certain vendors.

Gazelle (cash only)

TechPayout (cash only)

SmartphoneTradeIn.com (cash only)

  • LG Google Nexus 5 (unlocked): $91.22 cash
  • LG Google Nexus 5 (T-Mobile): $77.18 cash
  • LG Google Nexus 5 (Sprint): $87.22 cash

uSell (cash only)

CEX (cash + store credit)

Gamespot* (cash + store credit)

Best Buy (store credit only)

T-Mobile (store credit only)

  • LG Google Nexus 5 (T-Mobile): $60 credit
  • LG Google Nexus 5 (Sprint): $71 credit

Walmart (store credit only)

  • LG Google Nexus 5 (unlocked): $52 credit
  • LG Google Nexus 5 (Sprint): $48.75 credit
  • LG Google Nexus 5 (T-Mobile): $39.77 credit

*Based on estimate that expires at the end of Monday, Sept. 28.