Nokia is in great shape right now, and this is apparently not about to change. Having formalized its Lumia 925 and Lumia 928, the company could actually get up very soon the veil on a new smartphone that we've heard a lot in recent weeks as it is ... the Nokia EOS. Nokia EOS entirely designed for photography and resumes broadly the same technical specifications as the Nokia 808 PureView, at least in terms of the sensor. Interesting, for sure, but there are better since secret informant WMPoweruser have had the opportunity to play with the beast. Needless to say, he took the opportunity to note some of the characteristics of the EOS...
Before going further, it is important to note that all the information is absolutely not come from an official source, so it is better to take with the utmost of prudence. As always it comes to rumors, and even when these are not accompanied by any evidence, or even a single index. This is precisely the case with this new corridor noise, of course.
In short, according to this anonymous informant, the Nokia EOS resume the same lines as the Nokia Lumia 920 with a polycarbonate shell and a similar screen, a 4.5-inch AMOLED screen if my memory does not fail me. However, it is sufficient to return the terminal to realize that it has absolutely nothing to do with his distant cousin. Nokia EOS have a little overweight at the sensor, a sensor which we unfortunately do not know the number of megapixels because it was not shown in the tested prototype our mysterious friend.
Nokia EOS just for the photo, of course!
However, it noted a lot of interesting details. It would appear that the Nokia EOS enjoys a Xeon flash and optical a little more discreet than the Nokia 808 PureView. Just off the flash, there would also be a small LED that could - should note the conditional - when the autofocus assist light is missing.
Another interesting point is the Nokia EOS embarks a new application called Nokia Camera Pro, an application that would benefit from a unique interface allowing the user to indulge in the joys of manual map. How? That's a good question, but it will wait for the mobile hand knowledge.
Besides that, WMPoweruser has further information on the Nokia EOS, information that comes from a different source. It would thus not be available in several colors and will not support either the wireless charging. Note finally that the EOS Nokia should normally be submitted by the manufacturer somewhere between the months of July and August, so it will not stay very long to wait to know everything about it.