Nokia EOS shown up and running, advanced camera application is in stock

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Nokia is having a hard time keeping its secrets lately. One of its highly-anticipated smartphones, codenamed EOS, leaked in flesh and blood, only to be leaked again and again days after. And now, we're presented with images of the said device up and running, along with a quick overview of its features.

The Nokia EOS is said to have a solid feel, but it is also on the heavy side – much like the Nokia 808 PureView. It isn't clear, however, whether the handset's body is made of metal or polycarbonate. The smartphone has adopted many of its design features from other Lumia models, and the mandatory 2-stage shutter key is also present. Chances are that the screen has been given the ClearBlack treatment, judging by how clear it is to see under broad daylight.

No specs are revealed by the source of the photos, but if rumors are to be trusted, the Nokia EOS comes with a 1280 by 768 pixel OLED display, 32GB of storage, and the same 41MP camera found on the 808 PureView. It should run Windows Phone 8 at launch with the GDR2 pre-installed, along with other goodies by Nokia. Among the will be a camera application giving the user total control over the snapper – something that both amateur and professional photography enthusiasts will surely appreciate. 

The source of the images you see below promises to post screenshots of the Nokia EOS interface and software, along with photo samples taken with its camera. These should come soon enough.

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