Nokia EOS is expected to have an OLED display with a resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels and will run on Windows Phone 8 version 8.0.10322.71.
Once again, specs and images of the Nokia EOS smartphone, codenamed ‘Elvis’ have been leaked on the internet. This new smartphone from Nokia is expected to have a 41 MP camera and has been in rumors since quite some time now.
The Nokia EOS might not be the smartphone that you are looking for, but what if this device could actually be the next entry in the Nokia Lumia series? The Nokia Lumia EOS might be exclusive to AT&T and as of now has been codenamed Elvis by the internal team. This new smartphone is expected to have the famous 41MP camera and the stellar stereo audio that was present in the Nokia 808 PureView.
And the best part is that this smartphone will run on Windows Phone 8, so all those consumers who love the Nokia 808 PureView but are not ready to buy one because of the fact that it ‘does not’ run on Windows will soon have a good option available for them.
The latest reports also confirm that this smartphone will be thinner than the Nokia Lumia 920 and will also have a small hump on the back where the camera will be placed. For those interested in the tech specs, the Nokia EOS is expected to have an OLED display with a resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels and will run on Windows Phone 8 version 8.0.10322.71.
The device will have a 41MP primary camera with Xenon flash using which you can take a 35MP photo and a 5MP photo at the same time, one to save for yourself and the other one to share with your friends. As far as the storage is concerned, the good part is that it has a decent 32GB of internal storage space but the bad part is that it does not have a microSD card support.
Sources have also said that this smartphone will be launched in yellow color, which of course happens to be one of the favorites for Nokia. It will also feature the exclusive Nokia Pro camera app. And even though most of the rumors have been relating this smartphone with AT&T, the latest report say that the device will be available globally and will be released in July, meaning that it will not be exclusive to AT&T.