The upcoming Nokia flagship smartphone, codenamed EOS, came to our attention over half a year ago. A report claimed that a phone with super camera would head to AT&T some time later this year. Since then we have seen photos of what are supposedly the phone’s internal components. Also, we have learned that the device will come with a name Lumia 1020 or Lumia 909, or at least this is how @evleaks refers to the phone. Now our trusted tipster is back with a new photo of the 808 PureView successor.
Nokia EOS 1020 / 909 Windows Smartphone
The press image of the device reveals a design familiar from Nokia’s previous flagship phones, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 925. The phone features AT&T branding which nicely confirms earlier rumors about possible carrier. The homescreen presents the usual array of apps including Xbox, Internet Explorer and the Weather Channel. However, there is something we have not seen before. One of the tiles launches Nokia Pro Cam app, which was not featured on any of the previous Nokia handsets. There is not much we can tell you about the app, expect that it will help you tame the monstrous 41-megapixel camera sensor.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is expected to come with a Xenon flash, a polycarbonate body, and 32 GB of internal storage. As far as we know, the phone will not offer microSD slot to expand the storage, though. The device will supposedly ship with Nokia’s upcoming “Amber” Windows Phone software update.
more info: @evleaks