Nokia said to be debating whether the Lumia EOS will be a dual or quad-core model

Nokia said to be debating whether the Lumia EOS will be a dual or quad-core model
According to a report, Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia is debating internally on whether or not to place a dual-core or quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor inside the Nokia Lumia EOS model. Battery performance will go a long way toward deciding which processor to use. You might recall that this is the oft-mentioned Lumia model that will feature a 41MP camera sensor similar to the one on the Nokia 808 PureView phone. If Nokia does go ahead and make the EOS a quad-core device, it will be the first such model offered by the manufacturer. The Windows Phone GRD3 update could allow Windows Phone models to support quad-core processors.

Besides the possibility of being the first quad-core Nokia device, some other possible specs for the Nokia Lumia EOS have been revealed including an AMOLED display, double tap to wake feature, an FM transmitter and a "sleeping screen". A 2000mAh battery is expected. Other specs have to do with the PureView camera including the 41MP camera, OIS floating lens and a Xenon flash.

The Nokia Lumia EOS is expected to be an exclusive for AT&T. There is no word on when we might see the phone although there is some talk that it will be ready before the 2013 holiday season.

source: PocketNow , MyNokiaBlog via DailyMobile


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