At the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in 2012, the Nokia 808 Pureview was arguably the most rated phone, except for the Symbian Operating System Nokia has made on this device. The mobile phone unboxed with a whooping of 41 MP camera, which made the phone able to capture exceptionally clear and crisp photos. This was a fascinating experience for people, but the Symbian was not just worthy of this, and a quest for the True PureView Windows Phone via the Lumia line up.
The PureView is yet to hit Windows Phone, Nokia tried incorporate it on the Lumia 920 claiming it had added camera stabilizing features to reduce the on hand-shake induced blur, but the sensor in the 808 PureView was not found anywhere in the device.
The story could change this 2013 as the Finnish manufacturer is planning a “True PureView Windows Phone” and currently, it is codenamed “EOS” proposed to unbox with a similar sensor like that on the 808 PurView.
As the report we got from the Verge wrote; the EOS smartphone will be a high-end Lumia series for this year and instead of polycarbon, will be clad in aluminium which Nokia uses for its high-end Lumia phones. Nokia had earlier planned to shift from plastic to lightweight aluminium for a forthcoming high end Lumia phones, now the EOS True PureView Windows Phone is apparently one of the three devices being reported about, the rumored Lumia 920 replacement (Catwalk) being the second and a mid-range Nokia smartphone expected in the early summer is the third.
The True PureView Windows Phone EOS will be a range on AT&T and will come with a new look featuring square edges in the aluminum body.
Nokia is yet to release a comment on the devices on rumor. As a spokesman said “Nokia doesn’t respond to rumors and speculations.”
Finally, apart from the True PureView Windows Phone, other rumors are saying that Nokia will be making its own Windows RT tablet, and is expected to debut early this year. Nokia has been an early pioneer of Internet tablets since 2006, the device ran on a form of Linux. Nokia is also one of the late phone makers to offer a tablet. Above all, Nokia is yet to comment on all the above listed issues.
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