Nokia's highly-anticipated Eos mobile phone has surfaced again with a report from Windows Phone Central.
The 41-megapixel camera device, which is internally known as Elvis, is also expected to carry a quad-core processor and will be released this summer, according to the report.
Windows Phone Central also noted in its report that the smartphone will have the PureView feature and sport 32GB of storage, 720p OLED display and a strikingly-yellow polycarbonate case.
Of course, the flagship feature will be the mighty 41-megapixel camera, which will come alongside a Xenon flash. The report said the camera will take two versions of photos, one at 35 megapixels and one at five megapixels for distributing online.
Windows Phone Central added that the Nokia Eos will be around from July and that AT&T probably won't be the only carrier, but more than likely, the first.
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