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With just a few hours left until the Nokia Lumia 1020's launch, another leak has apparently revealed a 64GB version of the handset, exclusive to Telefónica's networks in Europe and Latin America.
Nokia is letting people who will be in New York City on Thursday night to sign up online to attend a party that night to celebrate the official reveal of the Nokia Lumia 1020.
A leaked photo has revealed Nokia's new flagship, the Lumia 1020, in yellow, white and black, along with details on specs, such as its 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and info on its 41MP camera.
A photograph that alledgedly shows the rumored camera shell for Nokia's EOS 41 megapixel smartphone has been posted on a website, along with word it will act as a charger as well.
A new rumor claims Nokia's upcoming 41 megapixel Windows Phone smartphone will have a 'camera shell' add-on that will fit on to the back of the phone to give users a better grip when used as a camera.
The latest leak regarding Nokia's flagship 41MP 'EOS' Windows Phone appears to confirm the 'Lumia 1020' name, along with some details of colour options and possible pricing information.
A new photo of the alleged Nokia Windows Phone device with a 41-megapixel camera has been revealed by @evleaks, a reputable source for photographs of upcoming technology products.
A document from the wireless carrier O2 Germany that found its way on the Internet shows two previously unknown Nokia smartphones with the code names Eros and Mars.
Nokia has said that it will be webcasting its "Zoom Reinvented" event on July 11, at which it's expected to launch its 'EOS' Windows Phone, adding that there will be "41 million reasons" to tune in.
A new photo has leaked of the Nokia Lumia 'EOS', showing this time a white model. This leak gets added to the growing pile surrounding the unreleased phone, which will likely sport a 41 MP camera.
New images supposedly show a version of the upcoming Nokia Lumia EOS with an aluminium body. Previous leaks clearly showed a polycarbonate build so this is either a special version or a prototype.
Nokia is sending out press invites to an event in New York City on July 11th, where the company is expected to reveal the launch of its "EOS" Windows Phone 8 handset with a 41-megapixel camera.
A new video has been posted to YouTube showing off how the lens shutter of Nokia's still unannounced EOS Lumia smartphone, using Microsoft's Windows Phone OS, will work.
More images have leaked revealing the design of EOS - Nokia's new flagship Windows Phone - from all angles, including a close-up on the rear camera 'bump', which is believed to conceal a 41MP sensor.
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.
A new rumor claims that the long awaited Nokia Lumia EOS Windows Phone device with a 41 megapixel PureView camera is now being tested on AT&T's network, with the code name "Elvis."
A new report highlights Nokia plans to release a 41 megapixel Lumia device, which could reportedly be announced as soon as July 9th. Nokia would use the tech from their 808 PureView phone.
Ahead of Nokia's Lumia announcement in London this week, we take a look at what we know about some of the devices the company is working on, including a phablet, a tablet and the Lumia 625.
Windows Phone 'Blue' may be delayed until 2014, but that's not stopping manufacturers from releasing new devices. A tipster claims to have revealed details of several handsets coming this year.
After today's Q1 2013 results, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has raised investors' expectations with hints of a new 'hero device' launching this quarter, with other new devices due to be announced soon.
A report from the Financial Times claims that Nokia is working on a phablet that will launch later this year. The same report states that the expected Catwalk and EOS Lumias could launch in summer.
Nokia's next Windows Phone Lumia flagship, the "EOS", will allegedly include a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset alongside the 41MP PureView camera, while a few additional specs have leaked
A new rumor has Nokia entering a partnership with P2i a company that specializes in waterproofing electronics. We might see upcoming devices being waterproof including the long awaited Lumia 1000 EOS.
A new report claims that the rumored 41 megapixel camera edition for Nokia's Windows Phone Lumia brand, with the name EOS, could ship to the US sometime this summer.
According to a new rumor that has surfaced, Nokia is working on a flagship Windows Phone device for 2013 codenamed "EOS", which will reportedly include a super-high-megapixel PureView camera sensor