Is that a phone in your pocket that can take pictures, or a camera that can make phone calls? The line between a smartphone and a dedicated point-n-shoot camera continues to blue with each new generation of integrated optics, but looking to set the bar in a big way is Nokia
, which is rumored to be releasing an EOS devices with an insane 41-megapixel
Nokia fan site My Nokia Blog
gets credit for spotting the leaked photos on Chinese language website WPDang.com
, which itself is hosting several leaked shots of the upcoming Nokia EOS. Here's a look at one of them:
Image Source: WPDang.com
The device is built in the mold of the Lumia 920 and is made with polycarbonate plastic. It has tapered edges and a rounded section for the optics, which are located in the thickest part of the handset. Down below you can see two dots, which might used to wirelessly charge the device.
While nothing is yet official, it's believed the Nokia EOS will sport a 1280x768 OLED display, Xenon flash, and 32GB of built-in storage. The 41MP camera is the biggest selling point, however, which will allow owners to shoot RAW photos.