Another Windows Phone is on the card by Nokia, according to inside sources familiar with company plans. The new device, codenamed EOS will include a sensor that is similar on the Nokia 808 PureView. We could see advances Nokia’s imaging technology on yet another high-end Lumia Windows Phone.
At the2012 Mobile World Congress show, Nokia officials promised to usher in advanced camera technology later this year. AT&;T, will sell the new device that is named EOS.
Along with other upgrades, EOS will carry an aluminum body and the device will be stocked by Stephen Elop AT&T will device later this year. Lumia 920 successor will also sport the aluminum body and the device is codenamed Catwalk. These are some clear indications as to where Nokia want to take the series of Lumia series of Windows Phones.
Stephen Elop, Nokia’s Chief, shared his views regarding Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. The 2 new Phone 8 handsets have entered the first level of production and are expected to expand.
PureView is the latest and greatest in imaging. Thus when you purchase a PureView Nokia phone, you are buying yourself the imaging innovation with finest quality. Nokia 808 solved the issues of sharpness and zooming while Nokia Lumia 920 dealt with the issue of low light.
EOS is certainly a viable candidate to show the advances made in camera technology. Although Lumia 920 is gathering rave review, the 808 PureView, that would be light, beautiful and elegant handset made in aluminum, instead of the Polycarbonate body makes way for some innovations.
The 808 PureView will feature the new pixel oversampling technology and Carl Zeiss optics along with a 41-megapixel sensor. Now you can zoom in without any hammering to image clarity at standard resolution and offer more details. The rumored slimmed-down and Windows Phone version would certainly be a marked improvement.