Nokia EOS rumoured to launch on July 9

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Rumors are that Nokia is most likely to launch the
much anticipated next PureView phone the EOS on July 9.
The phone has recently been in news for allegedly bringing
two of Nokia’s innovations namely the Lumia 920’s
features along with the 41-megapixel

PureView camera clubbed into a single phone.
This EOS phone will indeed be a Windows Phone 8 based
Lumia successor featuring a 41-megapixel sensor camera
with a Carl Zeiss lens, but just like the 808 will only be
able to shoot at a maximum of 34-megapixel. However,
the phone is expected to feature a number of other
camera oriented features including capability to record full
HD videos with three varied frame rates along with three
separate modes for shooting at 720p as well.

Also Nokia plans on bringing new innovations to the
camera, And this phone is most likely to be a part of that
strategy. It is believed that Nokia has redesigned the
camera interface in the phone with circular on screen dial
controls along with other features including manual mode
to adjust camera settings, Nokia’s new Pro Camera
application, and much more.

The phone is rumored to come with a 4.5-inch (720p)
AMOLED WXGA panel as the Lumia 925 and the Lumia
928, and a polycarbonate case.

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Nokia Lumia 925 launched

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Nokia Lumia 925 just announced and the specifications are as follows :

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Design
The Lumia 925 strays from Nokia’s current Lumia in the design department, trading polycarbonate in some places for aluminum. The result is a thinner,
sleeker Lumia that now resembles some of its Android competition.
Polycarbonate does come into play in the rear of the device, which will come in black, white and grey.
Much like some of the other Lumias on the market, the phone will also be capable of wireless
charging. Rather than build the wireless charging capabilities into the handset, however, wireless
charging is done through a thin charging cover placed on the back of the phone. The cover looks like a trendy case rather than a
way to charge, and will come in white, yellow, black and red.
The phone has a 4.5” AMOLED WXGA (1280×768) display made out of sculpted Gorilla Glass 2.
Much like Nokia’s other handsets, the phone has a ClearBlack display for making blacks blacker,
and has a super sensitive screen for using the phone while wearing gloves.

Main camera sensor:
8.7Mp(pureview) with Optical
Image Stabilization,
Autofocus, short pulse high.power dual LED flash,
most advanced lens technology, 1080p HD.
video at 30fps with Optical Image Stabilization.
Includes Nokia Smart Camera mode.

Front facing camera:
1.2 MP wide angle
Display:
-4.5 inch AMOLED WXGA (1280*768), 2.25 D
sculpted Gorilla 2 Glass, ClearBlack, High
Brightness Mode, Sunlight Readability, Super
Sensitive Touch for glove and nail usage
-Processor name: 1.5Ghz Dualcore Qualcomm
Snapdragon S4

BATTERY:
[b]-2000 mAh battery, Wireless Charging
supported
-Maximum 2G talk time: 18.3h
-Maximum 3G talk time: 12.8h
-Maximum 3G standby time: 440h
-Music playback time: 55h
-Touch screen technology: Super-
sensitive touch
Memory
-1GB RAM,
-16 GB internal memory
– 7 GB free SkyDrive cloud storage
– No External memory card support
Connectivity
-SIM card type: Micro SIM
-Bluetooth 3.0
-WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
-NFC

Nokia Lumia 928 Announced

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Everyone thought that Nokia will announce the Lumia 928 at the May 14 event – well, it won’t, the official announcement just occured. The phone is exclusive to Verizon and as expected is a beefed up version of the Lumia 920.

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The Nokia Lumia 928 packs with 8.7 MP Image senser that is optically stabilized and sits behind a 26mm wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens with F/2.0 aperture. Unlike the 920, the new model packs Xenon flash alongside the standard LED flash.
It’s quite impressive, considering that the Lumia 928 is just 0.5mm thicker than the Lumia 920.
The Nokia Lumia 928 can capture 1080p videos at 39fps and record sounds as loud as 140dB thanks to its HAAC wide dynamic range microphones.

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The screen is different too – it’s still 4.5″ in diagonal with 768 x 1,280 pixels resolution, but it’s an AMOLED display with ClearBlack and a High Brightness mode for up to 500 nits of brightness. It’s still super sensitive and works with
fingernails and gloves.

Other than that, the Lumia 928 is not too different from AT&T’s Lumia 920 – it runs Windows Phone 8 on a 1.5GHz dual-core Krait processor with 1GB of RAM, packs 32GB of built-in memory and a 2,000mAh battery.

On the connectivity side there’s Verizon’s fast 4G LTE along with dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. The phone supports wireless charging too.
Nokia Lumia 928 official images
The phone will, of course, come with exclusive Nokia goodies like HERE Drive+ worldwide SatNav, Nokia Music, Transit, City Lens and more.

The Nokia Lumia 928 will be available May 16 from Verizon
for $100 after a $50 mail-in rebate on a 2-year contract. For a limited time you’ll also get a $25 voucher for the Windows Marketplace. There will be two color versions at
launch – Black and White.

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Nokia Lumia 928 Spotted In Billboard Ad.

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The unannounced Nokia Lumia 928 has been recently spotted.
Just the other day, it was seen at
a private Nokia concert , and now on billboard . Nokia lumia 928 will probably launch on 14 May.

As we can see billboard ad is saying Lumia 928 will be with best low – light camera. And with verizon as logo saying.

Nokia Lumia 928 final look

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@EvLeaks managed to get
what they’re calling a ‘final’ look at
the upcoming Nokia Lumia 928.

The Lumia 928 is rumored to be a
Verizon USA exclusive Windows
Phone, and will be the first Lumia to have a Xenon flash. Judging from the images, it looks pretty slim as well, in a design similar to the Nokia Lumia 920 but with a 4.5inch display and a xenon flash alongside and LED flash.

Nokia Lumia 920 Get crush by Truck accidentally

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For those who worry about the ability of their Nokia Lumia 920 to survive a fall, perhaps you should stop worrying about it and move on to

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other problems. After all, the Nokia
Lumia 920 showed that it can take a
licking and keep on ticking as a 24
ton Caterpillar truck rolled over a unit
smashing the device beyond
recognition. The 4.5 inch screen was
smashed to smithereens.
The good news is that the phone still can make calls and still receives them, too. That’s how the phone was found, by hearing it ringing though it was buried deep in the dirt.

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The owner of the phone, Ossi Pyykkönen, was so impressed by the ruggedness of the phone that he plans on buying a new one to replace the smashed
model.