We first saw leaked pictures of the rumoured Nokia Lumia EOS, a Windows Phone handset said to sport a 41-megapixel camera like the PureView 808, sporting a massive hole on its back casing. The hole is said to house its massive camera. Now, new leaks have been seen on different websites. These websites are GSM Arena (view website here), Chinese-speaking WPDang (view website here), and Twitter account ViziLeaks (view Twitter account here).
In the previous leak, the handset was shown sporting a humungous hole on the rear casing, which is believed to house a huge camera. It was even seen right beside the Lumia 920 (view more about the Nokia Lumia 920 here), showing the difference in camera holes. Now, more leaked pictures have poured in, showing the phone in all of its glory.
According to GSM Arena, “Well the guessing may stop now, thanks to a bunch of live photos, sent to us by one of our readers. Those show the upcoming smartphone from every possible angle, revealing its design and confirming its PureView sensor and xenon flash.”
Do the leaked pictures show the real deal? According to the site, “There’s no way for us to verify the authenticity of these images, but they certainly look like the real thing. Besides, they match the leak from earlier today perfectly, and given that they were sent to us just a couple of hours after that story broke out, it’s extremely unlikely that it’s simply a matter of someone creating a fake 3D model based on the first images.”
The specs were not revealed in these new leaks.
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