Nokia’s EOS Windows Phone has been rumoured for quite some time but the design of the phone was shrouded in mystery, until now that is. Some pictures of the Nokia EOS have surfaced on the web, giving a clear look on how the device will look.
The first batch of photos comes via GSM Arena that shows off the phone from every angle. The front seems to be similar in design like the current range of Lumia devices but the back has a huge camera sensor along with a Xenon flash. The next set of pictures are from a Twitter user @vizileaks that shows the PureView sensor. The prototype does not give away the number of megapixels the phone will have which is clearly marked as ‘XX’.
The original PureView 808 camera featured a 41 megapixel sensor, so we can safely assume the Windows Phone counterpart could boast the same megapixel count, if not more.