I guess you could give the Nokia EOS the nickname “Austin Powers”, as it is the international phone of mystery at this point in time. Some say it could very well be the Nokia 909, others claim that there is a Nokia 909 Elvis running around, and while front and back shots of the Nokia EOS have been snapped for quite some time already, it has been confirmed today via FCC documents that the relatively large circular thing on the back is a camera grip.
Store documents do point to this handset as the Nokia Lumia 1020, but when it underwent the inspection by folks over at the FCC, it carried the code RM-677. Apparently, an accessory that will cater for a device which bears a similar codename was spotted on a FCC document, where it carried with it a rather telling title of “camera grip”, leaving virtually no room to negotiate otherwise. I guess this camera grip accessory will function as a kind of housing that will flush the lens part with the surface, while delivering a rather large and comfortable camera key to deliver a better grip whenever one wants to use that device as a dedicated camera.
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