Nokia Lumia EOS: 41 Mega Pixel Camera, Windows Phone to release in US this summer
Nokia who were a market leader a decade or so ago, were subdued and stripped of their market share by competition from rival platforms such as iOS, Android and BlackBerry. But this does not mean Nokia has lost their inspiration to continue providing people with quality smart phones. Nokia has initially hinted that it was planning to release advanced mobile cameras that could pump more than multiples-of-10 mega pixel into photographs. And now we have learnt that Nokia is planning to release a colossal 41 Mega Pixel camera smartphone powered by the Windows Phone OS. This stunning handset will have mindblowing capabilities to zoom into images with everlasting sharpness. This clearly shows how motivated Nokia is to gain its former position. Moreover, it is evident that Microsoft and Nokia have joined arms in order to show the world what wonders these two companies
could make in this tech-savvy world.
The news of this wonder smartphone was released by ‘sources close to the Finish handset maker’ however Nokia declined to comment.
Posted on February 6, 2013, in Nokia and tagged 41 Camera, 41 Mega Pixel, 41 Mega Pixel Camera, 41 mp camera, android, BlackBerry, Lumia EOS, microsoft, Mobile World Congress, Nokia, nokia 41 Mega Pixel Camera, Nokia Lumia EOS, nokie, Pixel, smartphone, Windows Phone, Windows Phone camera, Windows Phone nokia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.