More pictures of the Nokia EOS PureView have leaked online, showcasing Nokia’s rumoured 41-megapixel camera smartphone.
The Nokia EOS PureView has emerged online again in new images that are much less blurry and clearly show the bulging camera housing in all its glory.
The pictures come from two separate sources but this only serves to reinforce the legitimacy of the leaked images, especially seeing as the rumours suggest a July 9 Nokia EOS PureView release date.
Packing a 41-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, optical image stabilisation and potentially a variable aperture, the Nokia EOS PureView smartphone will be the upgrade to the successful Nokia 808 PureView that featured pixel-perfect lossless zoom technology.
Featuring a polycarbonate body, the Nokia EOS PureView is fairly beefy, reportedly 1mm thinner than the Nokia Lumia 920’s 10.7mm form factor, which has been criticised for its size.
The camera-centric smartphone could also have the same 1280 x 768p HD resolution display as the Lumia 920, but the screen size is currently unknown. It won’t be able to cope with full 1080p HD resolutions though, so it won’t be able to compare with the stunning displays of the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One.
Although the majority of the Nokia EOS PureView specs are still unknown, the latest rumours suggest that the smartphone will pack 32GB of internal storage. What’s surprising though, is that it will lack a microSD card slot, which is pretty much a necessity for a camera packing that many megapixels.
Following suit with the other Nokia Windows Phone 8 devices, we should expect to see a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and judging by the images, it’ll have the same design refresh as the latest Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 925.
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Via: Know Your Mobile