Nokia EOS aka Nokia Elvis now leaks dressed in red

Nokia EOS aka Nokia Elvis now leaks dressed in red
The Nokia EOS, also known under its codename Nokia Elvis, has leaked twice in the last day, and now even more images of the camera superphone have surfaced showing that the device will also come in red.

The Nokia EOS sports a design very similar to the one of the Nokia Lumia 920. It features the typical pillow form for Nokia phones, but on the back there is a huge bulge for the camera. The Nokia EOS is rumored to get a 41-megapixel camera similar to the one on the Nokia 808 PureView. If true, that would easily make the EOS the best cameraphone around, a title that the 808 PureView has held in the past year or so.

The leaked phone is said to launch as Nokia EOS V1, assuming that another version, possibly with a more capable quad-core processor, will launch shortly after the initial roll out.

And having the body of the handset leak in red is a clear indication Nokia will bring its colorful palette to the cameraphone, giving users all the color variety that the Finnish company is known for.

Here is a quick roundup of the Nokia EOS specs as per rumors:

  • 1280 * 768 resolution OLED screen
  • 41-megapixel camera with Xenon flash
  • Nokia Pro Camera
  • 32GB internal storage, no microSD card support
  • 9.7mm thick
  • GDR2 WP8 V8.0.10322.71
  • Polycarbonate shell

Finally, the EOS is now also said to be coming to China. Initially, the cameraphone was assumed to be first arriving as an AT&T exclusive in the United States. Of course, we doubt Nokia would limit the launch for such a hugely important device to the U.S. only and it will also spread globally in the near future.

source: WPDang



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