New images of Nokia’s upcoming 41-megapixel Lumia smartphone have been published by several sources. Earlier leaks had confirmed that the handset, codenamed EOS, would be equipped with a polycarbonate body and a 4.5-inch display. Now, both GSMArena and an anonymous Twitter user known as ViziLeaks have posted images of what are said to be of the upcoming Lumia EOS smartphone.
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The new images are similar to the older ones, revealing a polycarbonate body, large display, compatibility with wireless charging cases and a large bump on the back for the camera. Earlier reports claimed the device would be equipped with a 41-megapixel PureView camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, although the megapixel size is not confirmed in the images and is only referred to as XX-megapixels.
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One thing is clear, however — the camera will feature a better megapixel count than any popular phone currently available in the U.S. The latest rumors suggest the Lumia EOS will debut on AT&T in early July. Additional images follow below.
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