Is it the metallic Nokia EOS that is launching soon?

Is it the metallic Nokia EOS that is launching soon?
The Nokia EOS mystery deepens. On Friday, we showed you a version of the Nokia EOS with a metallic chassis compared with the polycarbonate model that was seen earlier. The thought was that the polycarbonate model was going to be released as early as next month with the metallic version coming out in the future. Instead, it looks like it might be the latter model that gets launched first.

A picture published on Saturday shows what would appear to be a number of metallic chassis like the ones we showed you just the other day. That could only lead to the conclusion that the aluminum chassis are being mass produced. Of course, this would probably mean that the polycarbonate version of the Nokia EOS is coming at a later date.

The Nokia EOS is expected to be equipped with a 4.5 inch OLED screen with resolution of 768 x 1280, which works out to a 332ppi pixel density. 32GB of native storage is on board. But the big focus is on the camera sensor which will be 41MP like the one on the Nokia 808 PureView. The phone is expected to be unveiled July 11th at a Nokia event in New York. At that time, we will know for sure what Nokia's intentions are for the metallic chassis as opposed to the polycarbonate model. Of course, that doesn't preclude some sort of leak from coming before then that will answer our questions.


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source: G4Games

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