This week has been full of Nokia EOS leaks, and a video leaked on Friday focuses on the exact feature that makes this device so interesting: the camera. The video itself doesn't reveal the kind of results we can expect from the monster shooter, but it does show the lens opening and closing. Perhaps not particularly exciting, but it does indicate some models are put together and working, and not in pieces like we've seen in some leaked photos.
The XX-megapixel designation indicates this is still a working prototype, but we're expecting the final count to rest at 41-megapixels. According to Vizileaks, who got hold of one of the prototypes, the camera offers optical focus and image stabilization—sample photos are allegedly forthcoming.
As a spiritual successor to Nokia's 808 PureView handset, the EOS is believed to be inbound for AT&T here in the U.S. Aside from its purported 41-megapixel camera, the device may come equipped with 32GB of storage, OLED display and Xenon flash all wrapped up inside of a Nokia's familiar polycarbonate body.
Nokia's still hanging strong with its triplet of high-end Lumia handsets, but it's about time the company introduced something that'll really wow consumers. The EOS certainly has the potential to fit that bill, but until it's made official, we'll hold off on determining where it stands among some of today's best handsets.