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Nokia Lumia EOS video showing Xenon flash, PureView camera leaked


To those who are interested in seeing the camera of Lumia EOS live in action, Vizileaks has posted a video online. This video highlights the shutter opening and closure movement with respect to the camera lens in the new EOS device. However, from the video we cannot confirm that the Nokia Lumia EOS is coming up with 41 MP camera as the video denotes it as just XX MP.

Earlier Vizileaks and GSM Arena had published the pictures of upcoming device from Finnish company, Nokia named Lumia EOS. Earlier reports from several sources had affirmed that the new Lumia EOS device will come out of the box with a mammoth 41 megapixel camera and a super finished polycarbonate body with a 4.5 inch OLED display. The device will also include 32 GB of storage space.

Although, from the video we can confirm that Nokia EOS will come out with PureView camera fitted with a Carl Zeiss lens with Xenon flash for yielding best quality images. Also it seems that the Finnish company is working closely with Windows Phone team to develop an application, specific to this much anticipated Camera for providing several features and options to offer a best experience to its users.

The front design of the Lumia EOS smartphone is similar to that of freshly announced Nokia Lumia 925 smartphone. The right part of the smartphone will feature the control options for volume up / down, screen lock or power buttons and camera shutter options, while the left part of the phone is left over naked.

At the top, provision is there to insert micro-SIM card, headset jack of size 3.5 mm while at the bottom there exists a micro-USB port, lanyard slot and grilled speaker frame. The rear portion of the EOS device seems to contain 2 metallic contacts for wireless charging which confirms the earlier leaks about this device.

Nokia seems to be co-coordinating with the US AT&T carrier for testing the Lumia EOS smartphone. This device is codenamed as Elvis and is expected to get released by July 2013.

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