Rumors are abuzz that Nokia is most likely to launch the much anticipated next PureView phone the EOS on July 9. The phone has recently been in news for allegedly bringing two of Nokia’s innovations namely the Lumia 920’s features along with the 808’s 41-megapixel PureView camera clubbed into a single phone. Also Read - 'Nokia 9 PureView' could be the name of the next HMD Global flagship smartphone
The folks at MobileGeeks have received a tip that the EOS phone will indeed be a Windows Phone 8 based Lumia successor featuring a 41-megapixel sensor camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, but just like the 808 will only be able to shoot at a maximum of 34-megapixel. However, the phone is expected to feature a number of other camera oriented features including capability to record full HD videos with three varied frame rates along with three separate modes for shooting at 720p as well.
Earlier today, we reported on Nokia’s plans on bringing new innovations to the camera as revealed by Jo Harlow. And this phone is most likely to be a part of that strategy. It is believed that Nokia has redesigned the camera interface in the phone with circular on screen dial controls along with other features including manual mode to adjust camera settings, Nokia’s new Pro Camera application, and much more.
The phone is rumored to come with a 4.5-inch (720p) AMOLED WXGA panel as the Lumia 925 and the Lumia 928, and a polycarbonate case.