Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration to keep rolling. True to its roots Nokia, the mobile handset vendor, who once ruled the market, is slated to announce EOS. Those who are not aware, the Nokia EOS, is the name of Finnish giants' upcoming marvel that could be stuffed with a 41-mega pixel camera under the hood.
Obviously, it will be powered by Windows Phone 8. The device is slated to arrive in the late summers. Currently, what is being said about the EOS is that it won't share any kind of similarities with 808 PureView in terms of design. Rather, Nokia took a cue from Lumia 920. The folks over at WMPoweruser have come with a tantalizing reveal about upcoming Nokia EOS.
Nokia EOS - Why is it Worth the Wait?
The source has seen the handset in person, however; the leaked information could prove to be a bummer, as Nokia never came in open to discuss its upcoming strategies.
Firstly, the device will be made from polycarbonate plastic material. Even the Lumia 920, Nokia's first big WP8 handset , was apparently made from same body materials. One could also say that the development process of Nokia EOS must be started at the same time of Lumia 920.
Further, the EOS is said to be slimmer and it should be as thick as the Lumia 920 from the middle. It's tampered edges makes the device lighter and thinner. Whether the device comes with a 41MP camera sensor is still unknown.
Talking about the lens, it will be smaller than the first gen 808 PureView. The presence of automatic lens cover , dual LEDs-one for video light and a red one for AF assist beam , and finally the manual focus settings via updated Nokia Pure Camera app, is what makes the device really intriguing. The camera lens will be smaller than Nokia 808 PureView.
Moreover, it should arrive with an AMOLED display , and roughly packs a 4.5-inches display. If the device gets previewd sometime during summer then chances are bright to see the beast in action around August.
If you love to flaunt FatBoy pillow for the Nokia Lumia then astonishingly the EOS might not support wireless charging. Stay tuned to GizBot.