Nokia Lumia EOS, code named Elvis, in testing for AT&T?

Nokia Lumia EOS, code named Elvis, in testing for AT&T?
Just last week, there was some speculation that the Nokia Lumia EOS would be making that long rumored trip to the U.S. sometime in July. On Friday, a published report revealed some more information about the Windows Phone version of the Nokia 808 PureView. First, we should mention that it appears to be heading to AT&T which doesn't seem too much of a surprise considering that the carrier has had first crack at new models from the Finnish manufacturer. Remember, the Nokia Lumia 900 and Nokia Lumia 920 were both launched as AT&T exclusives.

Internally, the phone is being called Elvis. No, it won't be launched with that name but is just referred to as Elvis inside AT&T (And perhaps when it has left the building). According to a source with knowledge of the phone, it will feature that 41MP rear facing camera with Xenon flash, and Nokia Pro Camera. The latter gives you more fine-tuning control over the camera. The device will have 32GB of native storage mostly because there is no microSD slot on the phone.

The Nokia Lumia EOS will be equipped with an OLED screen with resolution of 768 x 1280. Windows Phone 8 version 8.0.10322.71 will be pre-installed. Like many of the Nokia Lumia models after receiving the upcoming GDR2 update, the EOS will offer an FM Radio for your listening pleasure. And if you're tired of hearing your phone ring, flip it over on a desk and it will mute the ringer.

The Polycarbonate body on the Nokia Lumia EOS will come in yellow and will be 1mm thinner than the Nokia Lumia 920, although it will have a big camera hump. According to the source, users will be able to shoot a 35MP shot and a 5MP one at the same time. One you get to keep and the other photo is yours to share. You won't notice any changes in the OS.

The phone has tapered ends which gives the appearance of a slim model and a July launch is very much possible.

source: WPCentral

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