Early February, we reported about Nokia’s planning to launch the Lumia version of PureView 808 smartphone having 41MP camera sensors, and now looks like the company is almost about to announce the device in few months. In new leaks, two Chinese websites named ilovewp.pixnet.net and Wpdang have posted the images of the alleged device named Nokia EOS along with the expected specifications. Nokia was rumoured to showcase the device at concluded MWC this year, but it couldn’t be able to do that due to some unexplained reasons.
According to both websites, the Nokia EOS will come with same look as Lumia 925 from the front, and has been made using same polycarbonate material in order to make the device look thinner.
The image given above has been posted by ilovewp.pixnet.net is just a concept and doesn’t reveal much information, but the images provided by Wpdang are more worthy in the sense that they give better and clear view of the phone with a large hole on the back for the 41MP camera and Xenon flash.
In another image, there are two dots found on the bottom of the phone similar to the Lumia 925 indicating that it would include a separate wireless charging accessory instead of built-in wireless charging in the Lumia 925.
In related news, WPcentral claims that the phone is in early trial on AT&T and is codenamed Elvis for the operator. They have also listed the specifications of the device which are as follow.
- 41 MP camera with Xenon flash
- Nokia Pro Camera
- 32 GB internal
- OLED Screen 768X1280
- WP8 V 8.0.10322.71
- FM radio
- Flip to silence
- Polycarbonate body
- No SD card
- Takes a 35 MP picture and a 5 MP picture at the same time one to save one to share
- Comes in yellow
- About 1 mm thinner than Lumia 920 with a big camera hump
- No visible OS changes
However, WPDang denies it saying that if the EOS releases on July 9th, the first version (EOS V1) would not come with a 41MP PureView camera. It is likely to come after the Nokia Windows Phone 8 GDR 3 or Windows Phone Blue launch, in the quad-core version of EOS. We have to wait for Nokia to announce the event first to find out if they are really going to announce the phone next month.