On July 11, Nokia is slated to launch the Nokia EOS which is the internal name for the 41-megapixel camera Windows Phone 8 smartphone. But even before the launch of the phone, we have witnessed multiple leaks that give a pretty good picture of what to expect. Earlier this morning, @evleaks gave us a look at a press render of what Nokia could launch as the Lumia 1020, which also showcased the live tile for the Nokia Pro Cam app and now it has posted an image of what clearly is the rear of the phone.
The above photo details a massive camera module, which in all likelihood carries a 41-megapixel resolution but also combines a LED and a Xenon flash module. By the looks of the image, the render seems identical to some of the leaked images we have already seen. It also appears that Nokia will stick with a polycarbonate body for this device.
Earlier in the year, the company launched the Lumia 925 which added a metallic frame and gave hints that the Finnish smartphone maker was moving away from its signature polycarbonate build.