First posted by Chinese website WPdang, the renders of the phone show a large phone which sports a build similar to that of the Lumia 920, employing the use of polycarbonate materials. However, it has a huge hole, which is perhaps a placeholder for a large camera lens similar to that of the Pureview 808. It also appears to support wireless charging as it has inserts for an optional cover just like the Lumia 720 and Lumia 925. As per the site, the phone is expected to launch on July 9th.
Following the original leaks, @Vizileaks posted two new images of the purported phone on Twitter. One offered a close-up shot of the phone's camera lens that featured the PureView branding, the Carl Zeiss lens name, and what looks like a xenon flash.
The newly created Twitter account also posted a full image of the back of the phone depicting a large protruding lens and the charging cover connectors similar to the image that appeared on WPDang. While the phone in the image had 'XX' Megapixel label on the lens, the tweet mentioned that the resolution would be 41-megapixel, the same as Nokia's 808 Pureview phone.
A recent report claims that Nokia Lumia EOS is already being tested by AT&T, claiming that the phone is codenamed Elvis and will be released sometime in July. Apart from the 41-megapixel camera sensor, this smartphone is rumoured to have OLED display, which has a screen resolution of 768X1280 pixels and 32GB of internal storage. This smartphone is also alleged to come with Flip to silence feature.Prior to that it was also reported that the phone features a new "Nokia Pro Camera" app that has a refreshed interface, while the regular camera app is also available. The camera interface also offers manual focus.