The Nokia 808 PureView was the company’s first PureView smartphone and it still holds the throne as the best cameraphone out there, despite the Lumia 920 challenge. It seems that this is about to change though as the company's Windows Phone camp is going to get its own PureView device.
According to the information that The Verge acquired, the
device will include a sensor similar to the one inside the 808 PureView
and the whole device will be made of aluminum. The latter coincides with
the rumor for another upcoiming high-end Nokia Catwalk that’s also going to be made out of aluminum, according to previous reports.
The EOS is going to a high-end Lumia device, but isn’t clear whether
it’s the aforementioned Catwalk, that’s going to replace the Lumia 920,
or if it’s going to be a completely different animal.
What sources familiar with the matter have confirmed, though, is that
AT&T will be offering the EOS, which isn’t much of a surprise
considering the carrier's close connections with Nokia. As far as the
design of the device goes, it’s believed to keep the square edges of the
current Lumia line-up of smartphones.