They call it mellow yellow: Body of Nokia EOS leaks in another color

They call it mellow yellow: Body of Nokia EOS leaks in another color
On Wednesday morning, we showed you a picture of the polycarbonate body of the Nokia EOS in white. Now, we have another leaked photo of the phone's chassis for you to look at, this time in yellow. The handset is expected to be available in four colors including black, red, white and yellow. Thanks to the combination of the 4.5 inch screen and the 768 x 1280 resolution, the Nokia EOS sports a well above average pixel density of 342ppi. The device, featuring the 41MP camera sensor first seen with the Nokia 808 PureView, will be unveiled July 11th in New York.

Now that it appears as though the polycarbonate body will be for the EOS, it pretty much leaves the aluminum chassis for the rumored Nokia Phablet or one other device we have in mind.

The other possibility, which we alluded to briefly the other day, is the Nokia Lumia 625. You might recall that we first mentioned that model early last month in connection with Nokia's May 14th press event. The phone was not released at the time, but it is expected to eventually launch with the largest screen in the Lumia line (for the moment) at 4.7 inches. This is not a high-end model as you can tell from the dual-core 1.2GHz processor and the 512MB of RAM on board.

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