We have a treat for Nokia fans now, as more details on the highly anticipated, but still very elusive Nokia EOS have emerged. We know that the unannounced device will come with amazing camera potential thanks to a 41 megapixel sensor. Now, it looks like one of the first pictures has emerged, giving you a good idea just how that rear camera will look like in your hands.
We talked about the 41 megapixel sensor inside the Nokia EOS in a previous report, suggesting that Nokia could actually go on to dominate Q4 if the rest of the device features hardware specs to match competing devices from Apple and Samsung. An image has now surfaced over in China, offering a first glimpse of the Nokia EOS back casing, showing not only the 41 megapixel sensor housing, but also the rumored polycarbonate design.
While we can’t obviously confirm whether the image is 100% genuine, it does look promising when you compare it with another recent image tease by Vizileaks showing the exact sensor that will fit into the space. Carl Zeiss optics are again branded on the sensor, but more importantly – PureView branding as well which seemingly confirms that the camera quality will be similar to the amazing and underrated 808 PureView smartphone.
We also notice on the back of the Nokia EOS that there will be two slots in place to allow for wireless charging, a feature that is slowly starting to appear on a collection of new smartphones already released, or due to come out this year. While there can be no faulting the camera superiority of the device compared to other smartphones, the key issue for us will be Nokia trying to convince consumers that Windows Phone 8 is the right OS for them compared to iOS or Android.
Look forward to the Nokia EOS releasing at the end of 2013. Tell us if you are interested in picking this up and whether Windows Phone 8 is a potential stumbling block for you or not.