It looks like the aluminum version of Nokia's EOS 41MP, of which pictures were leaked yesterday, may not just be a one- or two-off prototype. A new image leaked by the same Weibo user, ictech, depicts the metal EOS in the foreground, along with a plethora of its brethren in the background behind it. What does it all mean?
Well, nothing is certain, but the new latest evidence seems to corroborate the theory sparked by the black and white aluminum lens caps that popped up earlier today that this is not just a prototype, but rather a "version 2" of the Nokia EOS, which was originally known to be polycarbonate. As we've seen with the Lumia 9xx family of phones, it is entirely possibly that different variations could be released (possibly for different carriers) made of either polycarbonate or aluminum.
The EOS, codenamed "Elvis" on AT&T, will sport a 720p 4.5-inch display, a 41MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash, and 32GB of internal storage. It will run an unspecified version of Windows Phone 8 and will reportedly come pre-loaded with professional-grade photo software.
So what do you think?