A press render for the upcoming Nokia Lumia 1020, better known as the Nokia EOS, has surfaced. The image, courtesy of @evleaks, gives credence to a few details that surfaced in past rumours. Unfortunately, the image is of the front of the device and does not shed any light on the rear camera which is expected to be sporting an updated version of the 41MP PureView sensor first seen on the Nokia 808 PureView.
As evidenced by the branding, the Nokia Lumia 1020 is headed to AT&T. It’s not clear whether it will be an exclusive like some other Lumia devices have been in the past.
The image also shows a tile for the Nokia Pro Cam app. It is expected to come with a new interface and manual focus controls.
Past rumours have also suggested that the Nokia Lumia 1020 will come with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a 4.5-inch WXGA (1280×768) display, 1GB of RAM, a non-removable 2,000mAh battery and a polycarbonate case (although an aluminium body is also possibility). Needless to say, it will run Windows Phone 8 with Nokia’s “Amber” update (based on the upcoming GDR2 release).
Nokia is expected to unveil the Lumia 1020 at an event on July 11th in New York City.
Update: @evleaks has followed through and added a picture of the back of the device:
As you can see, the back is dominated by a large camera assembly with a Xenon flash and LED assist light.