The Finnish handset maker Nokia is reportedly planning to launch Windows Phone 8 powered Lumia version of its popular and state-of-the-art Nokia 808 PureView, which was equipped with a monster 41MP camera known for excellent picture quality in any condition. When the first Nokia 808 PureView powered by Symbian OS was launched, there were rumors surfaced that the Windows Phone 8 running smartphones with similar specs inside won’t be announced any time soon in near future.
If a report published in The Verge is to be believed, the alleged device has been codenamed Nokia EOS and it will be integrated with the same sensor that’s found on Nokia 808 PureView handset and will be high-end Lumia in the company’s range of devices for 2013. It is confirmed to built with Aluminum instead of typical polycarbonate found on recent Lumia Windows Phones.
It seems that Nokia is now planning a lot of changes in their future smartphones in order to remain trendy in the global market. The company is now using Aluminum instead of polycarbonate to make phone bodies in order to give its smartphones a glossy look. Apart from Nokia EOS, the company is also involved in making the successor of Lumia 920 termed as Catwalk with the same aluminum body, and another unknown mid-range device which is expected to debut in early summer this year.