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UNCOVERED: Nokia Lumia 1020 photo of the Back emerged - might be called Lumia 909 instead
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 05.07.13 - 08:17:39 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 2304x
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Right after @evleaks put a front photo of the so call Nokia Lumia 1020 (code named Lumia EOS) on Twitter yesterday, he continued a little bit later with a photo of the backside and the phone is indeed looking as suggested on earlier leaks. It's featuring a massive PureView camera, which is expected to be 41 megapixel, and the flash seems to be a Xenon flash light, instead the typical LED flash lights. On the bottom of the back, the device seems to sport some pogo pins, like the Lumia 925, which suggests that Nokia will again make wireless charging covers available for the Lumia 1020. Talking about the name, in the same tweet, @evleaks suggested that Lumia 1020 might be called Lumia 909

Nokia Lumia 909 makes definitely sense since Nokia's first 41 megapixel camera was the Nokia 808 PureView. Therefore it sounds reasonable to call the second 41 megapixel PureView phone the 909.

Again, nothing is confirmed but @evleaks is used to be well informed and it's not too long to Nokia's Zoom event in New York next week, where the official announcement of the Lumia 909/1020/EOS is expected.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Dhoni234 on 13.07.13 - 09:34:05

As long as there is no CA I guess it's fine...

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