We already know that Nokia is readying itself to unveil the first cameraphone running on the Windows Phone 8 OS which has been codenamed Nokia EOS and has gone on to leak quite a few times. The Nokia EOS will carry forward the legacy of the Nokia 808 PureView and was rumored to carry a 41 megapixel sensor on the back of the device. And now, Nokia Conversations, which is a part of the Finnish giant has almost confirmed that the device which it will announce on the July 11th will indeed carry a 41 megapixel camera.


Nokia Conversations has posted a blogpost which is titled, “41 million reasons to zoom in to Nokia Conversations on July 11th”. Logically 41 million is also equal to 41 megapixels when we convert it and which is the resolution of the camera which the Nokia EOS is to carry on its back. Nokia Conversation will be live streaming the launch event on the blog and thus we will all be able to catch the launch of the Nokia EOS LIVE!


According to the rumours, the Nokia EOS is said to pack in a 4.5 inch display with display resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels, be powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor with 1 GB of RAM. The body is speculated to made up of polycarbonate but a few leaks have suggested an aluminium body in the making. 32 GB of internal memory with no microSD card slots could arrive on the device. 41 MP camera with XENON Flash will be included on the smartphone. The smartphone is expected to launch in Black, Yellow and Red colour options.

We are now just weeks away from the launch of the Nokia EOS and with the amount of leaks that are flowing in, it might just be a formality for Nokia to announce the device as most of the things might already be out in the open by July 11th.


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