The successor to the Nokia PureView 808 may have acquired several names in its journey towards a final launch though it’s the device with 41 mp camera that is being referred to here. The Lumia EOS which has also come to be mentioned in various tech circles as the Lumia 1020 or Lumia 909 continues with the 41 megapixel PureView camera at the back, like that of PureView 808 though the main differentiating factor with the latest model will be Windows 8 and the incorporation of the Pro Cam app. Meanwhile, the device has hit headlines with reports claiming the Lumia EOS will go on to be listed at AT&T for a price tag of $602, which if true will truly make the device extremely competitive.
Also, if the price mentioned is indeed true then the unlocked international model on the retail stores on net, as well as the wireless carriers in nations like U.K, might get the Windows Phone 8 flagship device at an even cheaper cost. It is to be kept in mind that some retail stores can also take advantage of the situation and put a large fee atop the suggested retail price. On its contract, it quite well possible that AT&T might put Nokia Lumia within the $100 price bracket, which is quite the same like the previous year’s Lumia 920. This no doubt will add a lot of appeal to the device.
As for the Pro Cam software, the app has in it the more modern camera techniques that enhance the quality of photos and videos. This will make up the absence of Vine and Instagram on the Nokia device. Meanwhile, leaked images by @Evleaks reveals that PureView along with the Microsoft Mobiles will be joining the 4G Long Term Evolution queue at AT&T.