Sometime last month, we did talk about speculation concerning a Nokia Lumia 920 that will sport the PureView sensor, lining up nicely in time for a MWC announcement to wow the masses. Well, it seems that this particular rumor has been reconfirmed by folks over at The Guardian, who claims that they have come into contact with sources close to Nokia, touting that a future Nokia Lumia device in the US will see the same 41-megapixel sensor that one can find in the 808 PureView, running on the Windows Phone platform, with the codename EOS.
There are other rumors in the past that the EOS handset will be making its way to AT&T as well as Verizon, and in all probability, it will be a scaled down version of the PureView Phase 1 sensor that will carry 20-something megapixels to perform all the oversampling work. It is also said that the Nokia Lumia EOS will be slim to keep up with the times, machined from aluminum that will surely be pleasing to the eyes as such devices are wont to do in this day and age.
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