Photos of what appears to the much-hyped Nokia EOS have appeared online, giving us a first peek at what could be the first proper sequel to the 808 PureView.
Two sets of images of the EOS were unearthed separately by the good folk at WPDang and WPCentral, revealing a handset that at first glimpse looks very much like the Lumia 920, featuring a polycarbonate casing that purportedly measures just 9.7mm thick.
The real highlight, though, is at the back where we can see a large, compact digital-style camera module with labels that say PureView and Carl Zeiss.
Alas, the megapixel label just below the sensor says ‘XX’ instead of the actual resolution it’s able to capture. But it at least suggests that it’s going to be a double-digit value – possibly 41-megapixel as had long been rumoured.
Not much else is known about the handset, not even whether it’ll be part of the Windows Phone-powered Lumia range. However, these photos do show that it could be very similar in design.
The Finnish phone-maker is keeping its lips firmly sealed so far as to the handset’s existence. However, industry experts expect an announcement to be made before the year’s end.
Watch this space as we bring you more Nokia EOS news and rumours in the weeks to come.