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Nokia reportedly prepping new aluminum Lumia phone with upgraded PureView camera

Published Jan 23rd, 2013 8:45AM EST
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Nokia (NOK) is reportedly developing a new Lumia smartphone with an improved design and an upgraded PureView camera. The Verge cited multiple unnamed sources on Wednesday when claiming that a new Windows Phone code-named “EOS” is being planned by Nokia. The phone will reportedly feature an aluminum case in place of the plastic Nokia has used on its Lumia phones thus far, and it will feature an upgraded PureView camera said to be similar to the one found on Nokia’s PureView 808 smartphone. The 808’s camera was a 41-megapixel unit, though the report does not specify the upcoming Lumia phone’s megapixel count. AT&T (T) will carry Nokia’s new Windows Phone latest this year, according to the report.

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