The long-rumored Nokia EOS, which we expect will be officially called the Lumia 1020, will apparently cost $602 and come in yellow, black and white models.

The latest leak concerning the Finnish smartphone maker’s upcoming flagship device comes from WPCentral, which received a screenshot from the Microsoft Store through an anonymous tipster. Keep in mind, however, that the quoted price is likely before a carrier subsidy. If you’re buying the phone with a new two-year contract, we imagine it will come in at a much cheaper price point.

The leaked image also reveals a potential release date for the EOS. In the bottom left corner we see the date July 22, 2013, which is when the store will receive its shipments. The handset should hit the market a few days later.

The Nokia Lumia 1020 is expected to come equipped with a 41-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera with Xenon flash, 32GB of internal storage, a 4.5-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 760-pixels, a polycarbonate body, and will run Windows Phone 8. We expect Nokia to unveil the handset at a press conference planned for July 11 in NY.

TechnoBuffalo be at the event reporting live, so be sure to follow along with all of the news as it breaks.

Source WPCentral