Nokia Lumia 920 successor to sport a 38-megapixel PureView camera, aluminum body?
January 24, 2013, 11:30 AM. Posted under Nokia. Article by: Kevin Go.
RUMOR HAS IT: The Nokia Lumia 920 flagship successor to offer 38-megapixel PureView camera, to run Windows Phone 8, apparently.
A lot of Nokia fans got disappointed when the Finnish handset maker has decided to implement the ‘lite’ or downgraded version of its highly sought-after PureView imaging technology in the Lumia 920 — its current flagship smartphone which runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system, now, looks like Nok-nok is looking to equip a mysterious Windows Phone smartphone with a [proper] 38 megapixel PureView camera housed inside an aluminum chassis.
According to the highly reliable tech news site, The Verge, the first ‘real’ PureView Windows Phone handset dubbed as the Nokia EOS, the EOS is said to hit store shelves within this year and that it will purportedly boast the same 38-megapixel imaging sensor found inside the Symbia-laden PureView 808 smartphone.
The aluminum-clad smartphone is said to sport ‘squared edges’, hinting that the device’s design will somewhat end up being similar with that of current-gen Lumia model, it is expected that the EOS will be offered exclusively by AT&T later this year same thing with the Lumia 920 (until May).
Nokia is also rumored to be working on a tablet that sports the Windows RT operating system which runs on ARM-based mobile processors, according to The Verge, the upcoming device is said to come with a special cover that ‘envelops’ the tablet like a book which easily clicks into place, the cover will both serve as a keyboard and a kickstand and that it has a built a battery that can lengthen the usage time of the tablet in case its built-in battery runs low.
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