It’s time to be skeptical! The “real PureView” Windows Phone was not unveiled at the London event on the 14th of May despite many were hoping for the rumored Nokia EOS to appear. Instead, we got the Lumia 925 and some more time to dream about the 41-megapixel Windows Phone.

The rumors and reports continue though, with the latest talking about the EOS. Someone has allegedly seen the phone and said that it’s a polycarbonate phone as thick as the Lumia 920 but heavily tapered towards the edges.

To quote the rest: “The lens housing is round in shape and does not protrude much. The flash is Xenon, and the flash and lens are both smaller than the Nokia 808 Pureview. Next to the flash is a small red LED which may be a focus assist light. The lens also has an automatic cover that opens when the camera app is started. The number of megapixels were not marked on the prototype, with “XX megapixels” only being written on the lens housing. There is a new camera app called “Nokia Pro Camera”with a completely new interface. There is also manual focus available through the app. The regular photo app is also available. The screen size and resolution is same as 920, and appears to be AMOLED. The speaker holes are at the bottom as the handset. The handset was much lighter than the Nokia Lumia 920.

While this sounds as good as any other Nokia EOS rumor, it should be something to hold on to and get us through the waiting. While we’re at it, let us know who’s excited about the EOS?

Source: WMPowerUser

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