New images of Nokia’s upcoming 41-megapixel Lumia smartphone have been published by several sources. Earlier leaks had confirmed that the handset, codenamed EOS, would be equipped with a polycarbonate body and a 4.5-inch display. Now, both GSMArena and an anonymous Twitter user known as ViziLeaks have posted images of what are said to be of the upcoming Lumia EOS smartphone.

The new images are similar to the older ones, revealing a polycarbonate body, large display, compatibility with wireless charging cases and a large bump on the back for the camera. Earlier reports claimed the device would be equipped with a 41-megapixel PureView camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, although the megapixel size is not confirmed in the images and is only referred to as XX-megapixels.

One thing is clear, however — the camera will feature a better megapixel count than any popular phone currently available in the U.S. The latest rumors suggest the Lumia EOS will debut on AT&T in early July. Additional images follow below.

EOS was a 1mm thinner than the 10.77mm Lumia 920.
GSMArena also reported that the Nokia EOS is 9.77mm thick, matching perfectly with a report from earlier this week that claimed the EOS was a 1mm thinner than the 10.77mm Lumia 920.
Other rumored specs include a quad-core processor, 32GB of storage, a 720p OLED display, FM radio, Xenon flash, and the Nokia Pro Camera app.
The most recent leak this week predicted that the handset will go on sale on July 9 on AT&T in the U.S.

Nokia is rumored to be preparing a 41-megapixel Lumia smartphone, codenamed EOS, that will be released later this year. According to WMPowerUser, the handset will look similar to Nokia’s Lumia 920 smartphone and will feature a polycarbonate case with a 4.5-inch 720p display. The device will reportedly come with a new application called “Nokia Pro Camera” to compliment the 41-megapixel PureView camera, which is also said to include a protective lens cover that automatically opens when the camera application is launched. Unlike the handful of Lumias that came before it, however, the EOS will reportedly not come in different colors and will not natively support wireless charging.


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4.5-inch display, and brand-new camera software that lets you control manual focus. 720p display.