Evleaks has leaked images of the so-called Nokia EOS, a mobile phone that it would continue supporting the Windows Phone operating system and that would be the successor of 808 Pure View of Nokia.
The Verge notes that Nokia officially launched this phone on July 11 although no official confirmation.
EvLeaks has been posted through his Twitter account two photographs of the so-called device from Nokia that would highlight for its 41-megapixel camera. They have so far referred to as Nokia EOS terminal and notes that it could be called Lumia 1020 or Nokia 909.
The photographs reveal not only the logo of Windows Phone but the telephone company AT & T can reveal what would be the first mobile distributor.
Previously, there had been talk of a Nokia with 41 MP camera and this reinforces the idea.
WPCentral has reported that in terms of technical aspects, the mobile would flash Xenon, a body of polycarbonate and 32 GB internal memory. This mobile, the data filtering does not have the capacity to expand the memory.
The Verge adds that the phone would run with the next version Windows Phone Amber would have support for the new Smart Camera application.