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  • nusaiba nusaiba Jul 4, 2013 8:41 PM Flag

    Nokia Lumia EOS/1020/909: All is known but price and official name

    Nokia Lumia EOS/1020/909: All is known but price and official name

    Summary: Nokia will reveal all the details for its new 41-megapixel Lumia Windows Phone on July 11, but leaks and Nokia's own revelations have shown much of what we can expect.
    Matthew Miller

    By Matthew Miller for Smartphones and Cell Phones | July 4, 2013 -- 16:30 GMT (09:30 PDT)
    My HTC One and Apple iPhone 5 serve me well, but I am a sucker for the slick Windows Phone 8 user interface and Metro styling, not to mention that Halo is coming soon.
    Nokia Lumia EOS/1020/909: All is known, but price and official name(Image: Nokia)
    Nokia is holding an event in New York next week, and it has revealed several hints that make the announcement of a high-end camera phone running Windows Phone a sure thing. New leaks and info show that it will likely be an AT&T exclusive in the US, with a version available in the UK, too.

    The Nokia PureView 808 is, without a doubt, the best camera phone ever made. I still own one and use it occasionally, but the Symbian OS it is based on what is irrelevant in the current smartphone world. The upcoming Nokia EOS/1020/909 (the name is one of the only things we don't know about the device) will likely have a similar 41-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash. However, it will also be running the latest version of Windows Phone 8 with the Amber update seen on the Nokia Lumia 925.

    It is unfortunate that we still have exclusive carrier releases today, and I wish phone manufacturers would tell carriers to differentiate themselves on coverage and price rather than making sweet deals to limit device availability to a single carrier. WPCentral posted an image that shows AT&T branding of the device, and, given what happened last year with the Lumia 920, I think the carrier exclusivity deal may happen yet again.

    I just dropped AT&T to save some money, since I already have T-Mobile and Verizon, and was not really using my AT&T service mu

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    • Name not sure of but it should be 1020 since it going to be AT&T exclusive again. Price is going to be around the $849 is my guess since now the 920 is boosted to around $549-$599 retail. It will be on contract with the same no lock even if you purchased it at full price. Many people fill for the double talk of AT&T marketing and salespeople. Definitely a camera - phone and not a phone with a camera!

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