Nokia‘s future is uncertain due to the fact that in the past few months sales of Lumia handsets went down the hill. The money spinner - Asha lineup too crashed like anything in the last quarter. The Finnish giant is believed to be working on a high-end Lumia device that could be much hyped - EOS. The rise of Apple and Samsung made Nokia a distant relative, and if the specifications of EOS are to be believed then Espoo-based tech vendor could win back its old customers.
Nokia is now preparing something spectacular on May 14 in London. The makers behind Lumia 920 are sending press invites. Going by the invitation, which states like this "see what's next"; further the invite says "The Nokia Lumia story continues".
Earlier this year, Nokia has come up with the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520. Both were budget hotshots, and it is expected to see more handset like these in the next few months. Has Nokia stopped making sophisticated handsets?
No, not at all, the Finnish giant is all set to announce - Lumia 928, a variant of Lumia 920 in the US market early next month. Multiple reports suggest that Nokia has signed a deal with network operator Verizon to carry the device, as an exclusive. As per the leaked internals, the device will have a 4.5-inch HD display, aluminum metal chassis, 16GB of internal memory, an 8-mega pixel shooter, and Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Along with the Nokia Lumia 928, another handset codenamed "Catwalk' made its appearance. On the specifications side, both handsets offer the same amount of value, but the main difference is that the former handset could be shipped with polycarbonate chassis while the latter handset comes with aluminum metal body. According to a new report, there is only one handset named the Lumia 928, which will have an aluminum metal frame.
In reference to Nokia‘s May 14 event, chances are bright that the company might unveil its long cherished - EOS: a device having 41-mega pixel camera sensor ducked inside. The tech vendor has earlier launched 808 PureView, a flagship handset with same prolific 41MP sensor. Since then, it was constantly speculated that Nokia would like to port its PureView technology into WP8 world. Stay tuned to GizBot.