Nokia EOS gets another color option in most recent leak

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We may have doubts when it comes to the legitimacy of the recent set of pictures attempting to depict a metal-framed Nokia EOS, but the lion’s share of leaked EOS imagery, that showing a more typical polycarbonate construction, has been seeming very much real. As we count the days until Nokia’s July 11 event, when we’re hoping to finally see this smartphone announced, some additional leaks continue to trickle out, and today we get some evidence of an additional color option for the EOS.

So far, we’ve seen this apparent EOS hardware in yellow, then black/gray, and even red. This white variant marks the fourth color that’s surfaced for this model, but knowing Nokia we can’t help but wonder if there could be even more; surely, there must be a cyan EOS out there somewhere, right?

We know, it’s a little ironic that for such an eagerly-awaited smartphone, one where the main attraction is on its killer hardware, we’re resigned to turning our attention to its various color options. Honestly, though, this late in the game it doesn’t feel like there’s much left to learn about the EOS, so details like these could increasingly become the narrative we follow over the next three weeks.

Source: SinaImage.cn
Via: WPCentral

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