Nokia is hosting a press event on July 11,2013, where it is rumoured to unveil a Windows-based smartphone with 41-megaxpiel camera sensor. This smartphone carries the code name EOS and has been spotted in various leaks over the past few months.
A couple of weeks ago Twitter user @evelaks had said that this smartphone will be officially called the Nokia Lumia 1020. Now, he has shared an alleged press render of this smartphone. From this image, it appears that the Nokia Lumia 1020 will be available through AT&T.
This seems to be in line with the earlier rumours that indicated that Nokia’s flagship camera smartphone will be making its way to AT&T in the United States.
The smartphone seems to be very similar in design to the Nokia Lumia 920. Some of the earlier leaked pictures suggested that the Nokia Lumia 1020 will come with a metallic body rather than a polycarbonate one. However, from this image it is hard to ascertain whether Nokia EOS will indeed come with a metal-clad body.
It also appears the Nokia Lumia 1020 will come with a ‘Nokia Pro Cam’ application, which may offer advanced controls.
As per earlier rumours, the Nokia EOS will sport an OLED display, which has a screen resolution of 768X1280 pixels and 32GB of internal storage. It is also touted that the Nokia EOS will offer Xenon flash. This smartphone is also expected to run on Nokia’s ‘Amber’ Windows Phone software update.
The Amber update was unveiled at the time of the launch of Nokia Lumia 925.