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Nokia EOS will be named the Nokia Lumia 1020

Nokia’s big summer release, the EOS, may have its official name after evleaks, the credible Twitter source, outed the Nokia EOS and the Lumia 1020, a big advancement on the current Lumia 925. While it is believed to be a full camera smartphone, Nokia may go all out with the specs on the new Lumia

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Nokia 41MP EOS camera leaked in video

The hype for the Nokia EOS is something to make Windows 8 phone manufacturers happy, with the amount of rumoured specs and leaks this past month surpassing all other smartphones. We now have a video with the Nokia EOS camera, showing all the functionality when a user takes a photo. This is definitely one of

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More Nokia EOS photos leak onto web

  GSM Arena has managed to obtain a new set of leaked photos showing the Nokia EOS. The EOS is expected to be Nokia’s new flagship product, with a 41MP camera and high-end specs. From what we can tell, the leaks show a well build polycarbonate body, a huge 41MP camera with Xenon flash, an OLED

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Evernote Windows 8 phone app now lets users pin tool tiles

Evernote has been a consistently good app on most every service and it has got yet another UI tweak, in this update Windows 8 phone users can now pin tool tiles. The update, 3.1, now allows tool tiles to be pinned, these tools include notes, recordings and snapshots. This will allow users to work within

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New 41MP Nokia Lumia rumoured for July launch

Nokia just released their new line of Lumia devices, including the Lumia 925 and Lumia 928 on Verizon. There was one rumoured phone missing from the event however, the Nokia EOS. The Nokia EOS is a hidden project and like the Nokia tablet it was not announced at the London event. The Nokia EOS will

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Nokia EOS may be first quad-core Windows phone

The Nokia Lumia 920 was the big attempt for the Finnish company to get a grasp in the mobile market. It was a huge success for Nokia, shifting over eight million units and firmly pushing Windows 8 into the mobile market. Not much is known about the next in the line for Nokia, the successor