Elvis has left the building: Clearer photos of the Nokia EOS leak

Elvis has left the building: Clearer photos of the Nokia EOS leak
The long-rumored Nokia EOS model might soon be here. Over the last few days, we have seen a number of leaks with each one proclaiming that it is the real thing. Now, we have a few new pictures purportedly of the Windows Phone version of the Symbian powered 41MP Nokia 808 PureView. The device is said to be undergoing testing by AT&T under the code name Elvis.

The thing about these pictures is that they come from two different sources and show two different views of the same exact device. That is the sort of confirmation that would make us feel optimistic that the pictures that we're looking at here are legitimate. The latest buzz around the malt shoppe has July 9th being a significant date for this phone.

Nokia has recently positioned itself as THE smartphone to buy for low-light photography and we would imagine that the EOS will take things up another notch. Samsung's decision to spin off a camera-centric version of its flagship Samsung Galaxy S4 shows how important marketing a strong camera has become to smartphone manufacturers. For its part, HTC has tried to differentiate itself with the use of UltraPixels on the HTC One, which are supposed to allow more light to enter the camera sensor.


source: GSMArena, @vizileaks  via UnwiredView

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