As Martin was saying a couple of days ago, Nokia’s first full PureView Windows Phone (no offense, Nokia Lumia 920) is looking good for a July 11 launch in New York.
In the meantime, we’re getting a look at the Nokia EOS camera cover, which confirms rumours of a 41MP rear snapper.
Those are heights unseen since the launch of the Nokia 808 PureView at Mobile World Congress back in 2012.
Said handset was mired in controversy since Symbian was already sentenced to death, with Nokia pledging its allegiance to Microsoft’s Windows Phone instead. As such, the Nokia 808 PureView went largely unnoticed outside geeky circles.
There should be no such holding back with the Nokia EOS; we fully expect the marketing boys to scream: “Best smartphone camera ever!” from the rooftops.
The latest Nokia EOS leak comes from Chinese-language site cnBeta, with the rear camera cover shown in both black and silver.
Somewhat bizarrely, one pic shows the camera with, uhm, XX MegaPixels, though a further shot confirms 41MP.
Other rumoured Nokia EOS specs include a 4.5in display with 720p resolution - and of course Windows Phone 8, but that's about all we have to go on at the moment.
In any case, just under four weeks till the Nokia EOS becomes a reality. Excited?