Nokia is holding a May 14 event in London, and, according to rumors, the 41MP Nokia EOS will be unveiled. Depending on who you tend to believe, this might be the case or not. Digitimes quotes “market watchers” who seem to agree that this indeed might be the case.

The Nokia EOS will allegedly be a high-end smartphone running Windows Phone. It will be purportedly equipped with a 41-megapixel camera sensor. Nokia is no stranger to imaging as the 808 PureView last year featured the gigantic sensor which made the phone the best camera-phone out there. The Lumia 920 brought another take on PureView with its low-light performance and optical image stabilization. It now appears that the EOS might take both of them one step further. Of course, nothing’s official and to be taken for granted until Stephen Elop is on stage and confirms the 41MP Nokia EOS (or whatever its name will be).

Source: Digitimes

Via: PhoneArena

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