Finland based smartphone manufacturer Nokia has been going from strength to strength in recent months, following the success of the Lumia 920. The device saw a welcome return to form for the manufacturer after losing much its market share to rival manufacturers in recent years.
The Nokia Lumia 920 was recently replaced by the Lumia 925 as the company's flagship Windows Phone. In recent months though, there has been an increasing speculation about another high end device from the manufacturer, called the Nokia EOS. The device was recently revealed to be called the Nokia Lumia 1020 when it hits the market, and is set to be one of the most impressive devices to date from Nokia.
The phone is expected to include a number of impressive specifications, like a dual-core processor, Windows Phone 8 operating system and ClearBlack AMOLED display. However, this phone is set to stand out on account of its camera, which is believed to sport a whopping 41 megapixel resolution with PureView Technology and Carl Zeiss optics. Such a device will allow Nokia to compete with other high-end camera phones like the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom and the upcoming Sony Honami.
A Twitter user called @evleaks, which is the same source
which revealed that the Nokia EOS will be called the Lumia 1020, has recently
posted a leaked image of the phone online. The source has a proven track record
of accurate information about unreleased smartphone models, so there is every
chance that this leaked image of the Lumia 1020 is the real deal. The pictured
device has a very similar appearance to a number of other Lumia devices with
the same angular design, large screen and premium materials. The latest Nokia Lumia 1020 rumours are available here, and visit our website to find the best Nokia Lumia 925 offers.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is expected to be announced on the 11th of July at a press event in New York. Invitations to this event read ‘41 Million Reasons’, clearly hinting at the phone's camera specifications.
As we near the device is announcement, we expect to hear more information about the phone, so we will of course keep you updated with the latest details and report back after it has been unveiled.