The countdown to "Rebuilding Nokia" has just begun with the alleged leak of Lumia 928 on AT&T network. Finnish giant famously known for kicking mobile phone revolution in the early 2000, is on the verge of collapse.
The struggling giant, who know makes smartphones based on Windows Phone platform, is coming up with two high-end devices to get noticed in the mad world of ' connected devices'. The Nokia Lumia 928, a variant of Lumia 920 is destined to arrive in the US later this month. GizBot has informed in detail about the Nokia Lumia 928 in the past. The handset is being looked as comeback of Nokia.
Another device from Nokia dubbed as EOS is also making rounds due to rumored 41-mega pixel sensor fitted inside. Both handsets are expected to go official in the US market first, as per multiple sources. Nokia EOS, is also gaining limelight due to its PureView imaging technology goes behind its making. The first batch of leak has arrived in regards to the Nokia EOS. The Nokia RM-877, a Windows Phone 8 handset with 41-mega pixel camera, will likely to have a HD display (1280 x 768). Alan Mendelevich, Founder, AdDuplex, has tweeted (@ailon) some juicy details about the Nokia EOS.
"Final tease for @AdDuplex stats report: we've spotted something called Nokia RM-877_nam_att_205 on AT&T in US with 1280x768 screen."
Well, it appears that the device will have a HD display with resolution of 1280 X 768, as per tweet made by Mr. Mendelevich. It is quite difficult to comment upon whether the said device has a 41-mega pixel camera or not. One has to wait for a right moment to get details about so-called Nokia EOS.
Earlier this year, it was said that the heavily rumored Nokia EOS will have an aluminum styled body, and indeed 41-mega pixel sensor under the hood. Web marketing specialist Flavio (@ flapic) also tweeted about the device.
"[Exclusive] Nokia to launch project EOS at #MWC13: a Lumia 920 with 41Mpx Pure View camera. Also metal body Lumias".
However, Nokia all together skipped announcing its high-end offering at MWC, and went for low-to-mid end WP8 devices aimed at emerging markets.
Reports also say that the device would have some sort of water proof mechanism. But no one has ever confirmed it. Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin got an opportunity to see the Nokia EOS in real at MWC 2013. He [ Eldar Murtazin] believe that the device will be a successor to Nokia Lumia 920.
More interesting information about Nokia EOS is expected to arrive in the coming days. Stay tuned to GizBot for more action.