Nokia EOS reportedly outed, sports a camera hump

Nokia's upcoming flagship, the EOS, which is expected to arrive n AT&T this summer has reportedly been outed and features a large hump for the camera sensor to pack in all the Pureview goodness. The images clearly show a phone that looks similar to that of the Lumia 900 series but with one big addition, the camera hump. 

The report comes from WPdang who has a better-than-average track record for hitting the rumors but the pictures appear to speak for themselves. It's clearly a Lumia style polycarbonate body with a massive image sensor and lens setup which aligns to the EOS rumors we had heard previously. 

Nokia has been pushing heavily that it's cameras are what set it apart from its competitors and the EOS is looking to push this boundary by introducing a high-resolution camera into a smartphone.

If this does turn out to truly be the EOS, it does look like Nokia will be repacking the Lumia shell for the phone and will not introduce a new design. Surely this could be a cost-cutting move and allows for rapid production of the device.

With a summer release excepted for the phone, we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to see if this is Nokia’s next flagship phone that is destined for AT&T.

[Update] Looks like another picture has leaked.

Source: WPdang

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