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Nokia teases 41MP EOS reveal in NYC on July 11th -- We’ll be there!

As E3 winds down, an exciting week is still upon us. Nokia just sent out press invites, including one to your favorite Windows Phone site (that’d be this one, folks) for July 11th at 11am.

The focus of the event (yes, we intended that pun):  If we had to bet our life on it, it would be Nokia’s EOS for AT&T, which is expected to punch with a 41MP camera and the latest iteration of the Windows Phone 8 OS.

Nokia EOS

The theme of the event is “Zoom. Reinvented.”, which hints at the EOS's ability to zoom-by-cropping due to  the plethora of megapixels in the image—this is diametrically opposed to the idea of a physical zoom, where one has a long lens with moving parts akin to where Samsung is going with their upcoming Galaxy S4 Zoom phone.

The thing is, moving delicate parts are a bad idea on mobile devices—they add size and are prone to damage. We think Nokia has gone down the right route, but obviously more will be revealed in less than 30 days.

Other expected features of the EOS aka 'Elvis' on AT&T will be:

  • 41 MP camera with Xenon flash
  • Nokia Pro Camera
  • 32GB of internal storage
  • OLED screen at 768 x 1280
  • WP8 v 8.0.10322.71
  • FM Radio
  • Flip to silence
  • Polycarbonate body
  • Takes 35 MP picture and a 5 MP at the same time. The 5 MP version is meant for quickly sharing on social networks.
  • Comes in yellow
  • No SD card
  • No visible OS changes

With the large amount of photo leaks of the device, all that remains to be understood are the finer details. We can’t wait.



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JCerna says:

I think it's going to be a 42mp because 11+7+11+13=42

Acbuono5 says:

"clever girl"

namikral says:

here we go again, better sell the stocks a day before the event. another lumia 920 alike coming...

Parag Ville says:

a 41 mp camera phone which looks as cool as lumia 920. what are you complaining about? I will buy that stock when you sell.... guessing, you dont have any.

AirRescueFF says:

11x13/7 = 20.4
Leaked "XX" MP shot = 20
Snapdragon 600 = 21MP

WPJanssen says:

Shoudn't it be 20 MP? XX = 20 right?

xconomicron says:

Sarcasm?  Please go sift through the previous articles or this article and find the answer to your question.

Hisham Ahmed says:

That wasn't sarcasm at all. In fact, he may be right. The Snapdragon can only support 20Mp and XX is 20 in Roman. And no one is concrete on how many MPs the EOS packs, its just wishful thinking.

xconomicron says:

Naw, I whole heartily believe they used the same sensor as the 808....and about 99% positive that they are using a dedicated GPU for the image processing. It took them 5 years to develop the 808 sensor, it would've taken them a lot longer than 1.5 years to develop a new sensor. Like I said, before the XX in Roman thing has been beat to death. If you don't know, Nokia uses XX's as placeholders on their prototypes so that they cannot show the actual MP to competitors. They did this with the 808 btw.


CaptDjob says:

20mpx could be right.
I think the magnifying glass represents the big diameter of the hump and zoom reinvented means that they use that large diameter for the zoomin. So this wouldn't be pureview 808 pixel binning but maype some mirrors or something (optical).

paulheu says:

Anyone else wonder about the Yellow/Black color scheme? In case you don't kow that's the Nikon colors.. Could it be we're going to see Nikon optics here instead of Carl Zeiss?

Lilleverden says:

My Next phone, probably:)

toyotast165 says:

Ditto, moms getting a 920 lol

Yangstax says:

My wife doesn't know yet.  She is getting a L920 too. lol  Her L900 will be used by me to upgrade to EOS, assuming the EOS turns out to be indeed 41 mp instead of the 20mp as speculated by a separate rumour.  The only positive sign is that Nokia hasn't come out to deny it.  We'll see.

he_shark says:

Of course it's 41, the 20 came from someone who didn't understand that XX were placeholders.
Really can't decide on this phone. Initially I was really excited, but the more I think about it, I want something a little smaller after my 920.

BK-one says:

Not a probably for me but a definitely. Oh Nokia, u had me at 41..

JeepBB says:

Yup, my next phone too. :)

B_Sack says:

This will be my next phone.  I'm big into photography, so if I can get the EOS camera like the original PureView, with low light capabilities of the Lumia 9xx line, I'm all in.  Wallet is open, body is ready.

Tafsern says:

Don't forget OIS!

Viipottaja says:

He didn't: "with low light capabilities of the Lumia 9xx line". :)
Not sure though that it will have OIS. More likely that it won't.

You think the amber+gdr2 update will be out by then? Ofcourse it wont be available everywhere at once but release?

blackhawk556 says:

It better be. If not, it will prove that Microsoft can't move fast enough and release new updates at a pace that is necessary to compete these days. Wp8 was announced in October and no big updates released???? Seriously!?

Credo93 says:

The Lumia 925 released yesterday has the GDR2 update and the Amber update  .....

nanoware says:

Well wp8 rtmed in September last year

Kellzea says:

Its taken apple 7 years to put a settings menu into iOS. I think we can wait a month or two for flip to silence.

uopjo6 says:

Not with the current storage issue that's been left out for quite a while. 920 still has enough storage but the 820 has close to nil with apps with 8GB on board, 4-5GB taken by other storage and 2GB by system. That's 1GB left for apps and games.

HichoMicho says:

comment of the year! 

IamDefiler says:

Wow. This is really happening. Awesome!

rodneyej says:

➕ Nokia Lumia 1020!

dod888 says:

Not sure about my wallet....

Aleksi says:

if the theme "“Zoom. Reinvented.”" really refers to the ability to zoom by cropping, I'd say it's somewhat weird theme since 808 already presented that. Or is everything now new because it's WP this time ?

Zulfigar says:

As far as we know, this is the 808 PureView, with the additions of the 92x series of low-light technology all in one phone to make a purely badass camera phone - this is the phone to put everything that Nokia has together.

ccaballero says:

"Reinvented" is the Windows Phone motto.

Viipottaja says:

Yes. And because it's marketing.

People need to be a little more relaxed about these things. :)

J Papi says:

Nobody knows! Let's wait for July 11th.

HichoMicho says:

Zoom, reinvented" in my opinion is a motto to attack the "galaxy zoom" announced by samsung..... which has 10x optical zoom... i mean it took me a second but i think im right!

someoneinwa says:

I love my 920 that is less than a year old and I have a really nice Canon camera too, but

Agent-P says:

I'm in the same boat (except my really nice camera is a Nikon). I must resist the urge to make an impulse purchase on this since between my 920 and Nikon I don't actually NEED the EOS.

i use a pro camera for serious shooting, a Canon 1D, but i would like to have a telephone with a decent sized sensor like the EOS anyway

Dre325 says:

If I had a 920, especially considering you are likely still under contract, I don't think there is a huge push to upgrade as really you're just getting a better camera (although the 920 camera is already amazing).  I assume the flip to silence and time on lockscreen, etc will be available for 920 with an OS update soon too.  For others that aren't even on WP8 like me with my Lumia 900, this has a pretty strong pull!  Can't wait to hold one and see how that big camera bump feels (and weighs).

Snakey Eyes says:

This is the reason I've been holding off on an upgrade...looking forward to it.

Sean Burns1 says:

I just hope the image quality is exceeded by our expectations!!

JCerna says:

I can live with it just meeting my expectations, exceeding might be hard since at least mine are really high.

Viipottaja says:

It may not - someone with good knowledge usuallly told me that the pictures may not be _quite_ as good as from the 808 but that was of course based on a prototype. Plus, even if they were slightly inferior to the 808, they would still kick butt! :)

theefman says:

Oooooh, tasty!

Sharpmango says:

Here we go :), damn this is gonna be cray cray!!!

Jay Bennett says:

Agree with everyone, this is my next Lumia :D I should probably find a spare £550-£600 though as I suspect that will be the SIM-free price in the UK!

paulheu says:

I think you will not be able to buy one for £600. It'll be closer to £700.

murtagh360 says:

Jay do you think this will be an exclusive to US carrier or will be released on European carriers without the need to buy sim free?

jjmurphy says:

don't you get points from either MS or Nokia towards new hardware as a dev?

jrnag24 says:

not that i have ever heard of if this is true show me where to get it and I will buy this day 1

I suppose there's 0 chance VZW picks this one up?

fabianloing says:

Mannn finallyyyyy!! yeayyy! Awesome! Been holding out for this just like many of you guys! 
Please please please make it available super soon after official reveal!

jjmurphy says:

No "We're waiting for the final details to cone into focus."?

jml3_uk says:

No SD card :-S

Sarang68 says:

Here we go again. Relax.

jml3_uk says:

Why? Have i missed something? The SD card on my 820 has been great for storing the pics, got around 25gb in pics :-)

Carchathoth says:

Who the heck holds such amount of personal pics in a phone. Too much to lose if your phone breaks, gets stolen etc. Not to mention what would phones finder say about all those porn photos/videos on your phone!

WPUser111 says:

And i cant wait for LUMIA AMBER Update.. Nokia please release it soon.....

It's gonna be a beast!Can't wait to see it in person :D

blackhawk556 says:

No OS changes?? This is boring. Microsoft truly is holding back Nokia. Nokia needs new software updates other than camera improvements to compete. Notification center would be nice at least.

benners76 says:

If not for the MSFT partnership, there would be no Nokia. Be patient... Updates will be coming. Going to be a busy 2nd half of '13.

Etios says:

Actually, Its the other way. If not for the Nokia partnership, there would be no Windows phone!!

Viipottaja says:

Actually, it is both - it is a good example of a strategic partnership where both parties need and help each other.

lemonsteveo says:

Lets say, they rely on each other...

Sean D. says:

It's this kind of stupidity...

benners76 says:

BAM!!! Note to Samsung, THIS is how you integrate badass camera tech into a phone.

Acbuono5 says:

They are probably going to copy it with their gs5!

hipporama says:

Samdung doesn't have the technical knowhow to copy something like PureView. They have all the money in the world, but no class.

rmichael75 says:

They opened a dev center in Finland next to Nokia house so that they can steal it from there. So you should expect it in SG5 along with the eye controlling the camera.. you have to squint to zoom in and open your eyes wide to zooom out.

procen says:

What about when you open your mouth and stick your tongue out, what's going to happen? :-P

Kram Devil says:

you get a creep shot  ;)

Hmmm gotta rob a bank fast to buy this phone! Ahaha anyway. Regarding about the screen's resolution about not being a 1080p doesn't matter to me. I mean if u have a 1080p monitor woukd be great having a bigger screen and better viewing experience rather than looking at a 5 inch display with a full hd 1080p.

oddom says:

I switched to AT&T after years of being with sprint and can't help but praise my selection of phones with this network lol. I'm not a big camera guy (owning an htc one is a dead giveaway) but I wanna play with this phone upon release and see the quality for myself.

xconomicron says:

Ditto...being on ATT definitely has its perks....especially the wide coverage I get here in Texas compared to the other carriers. I feel safe driving to EL Paso from San Antonio!

ClixT says:

I feel like it's not going to be 41mp, but much greater.. 41MP, was Nokia's innovation last year. Nokia has been working with nanotech and graphene since 2006, and a lot has happened already, so who knows. I could be wrong.

Well, July is the 7th month and July 11 is the 11th day. Dare I say 71.1 or even 81mp's? Nah, can't be. That would be crazy......right???

bugmenot10 says:

Or rather, since it's 11 July, maybe 117 MP? Now that would be crazy.

walter1832 says:

In the US, we say 7/11, so it will have 711 MP with a free slurpee!

bugmenot10 says:

Nokia's not a US company, though.
But yeah, I don't mean to pick a date format fight, just poking some fun.

phirefly says:

Or maybe it's just to announce all 92x series now come with a free slushie and gas card. Zoom Zoom.

ClixT says:

Well, when Nokia 1st anounced the 808, we called them... crazy.. haha lol

ivo03 says:

11+11+11+7=40 MP


If it had more storage I would get it. I fill up my current 920 with only the 8 mp camera. Can't imagine how 32 GB is gonna work with this thing and still put apps on it. Really disappointed now.

Credo93 says:

Maybe this thing has 64 GB, atleast i hope so !


Chris_Kez says:

Couldn't you just clear your camera roll every month and save images to a PC and/or SkyDrive? Seriously, if you want a reasonably-sized phone with an amazing camera and you hold back for no other reason than it's 32gb storage "limit", I have to question your critical faculties.

xconomicron says:

Exactly. Some people just don't know how to think outside the box these days..............meanwhile, I'm over here on the Titan with just 16GB of storage space...I think I've done well over the last two years. Go ME!

mdram says:

Plus I would hope you don't have to take 35MP photos.  I can set my 900 to 2, 3, 7, or 8 MP.  Would mind a nice one of the full moon though...

exsanguine says:

How about you just plug it into you PC once a day and quit your SD card bitching?
People like you would bitch if you were hung with a golden rope.

Extraneus says:

32 gb covers about half my music collection... Please communicate in a proper manner.

exsanguine says:

That's nice. I have 200gb of music but I certainly don't and wouldn't expect to carry it all, or even 1\5th of it on my phone. Good grief. You're an outlier and you proved my point that some people are lazy and simply can't plan ahead.

Extraneus says:

You won't fit 200 gb worth of music on ANY phone today, whereas my 60 gb fit snuggly on my 808, all the lower tier Lumias and most of Samsungs Galaxies... My point is, I can do it today; why shouldn't I be able to do it tomorrow? It's called a downgrade, and that's never a good selling point for a new product.
I may be an outlier, but I certainly haven't proven any point of yours; there's no way I'll accept not wanting to spend an hour each morning looking into a crystal ball and micromanaging my music as being lazy. That's called having no life.
And again, I would urge you to consider your communication - you really are a terrible boor...

exsanguine says:

Well then it seems to me that in reality, you need a music player, not a smartphone.
As for my boorishness: I aim not to please.

Extraneus says:

Ridiculous... Music players became more or less obsolete 5 years ago, when smartphones gained enough memory to handle complete collections. I need what I have today - a smartphone that plays music and takes great pictures. My incentive to replace my 808 with the EOS would be better internet experience, more apps, less weight and better form factor. None of these matter if it means downgrading on the basics. As for aiming not to please... Well, so much for taking you seriously.

arg0g says:

You will still be able to do it tomorrow, if you don't exchange your today's phone for an EOS. ;-)
I understand your point, but maybe the EOS is indeed coming in 16GB and 64GB versions as the N9 did.

Extraneus says:

True, and that's what's gonna happen if they ship it with only 32 gb and no microsd slot, but then I'd have to miss out on the above mentioned upgrades, which would be a real shame.

A 64 gb version will be an acceptable compromise... Just!

How about using xbox live to stream your music??

Mooncow27 says:

I wish I could be there. Have fun WPCentral.

markk132 says:

fingers crossed for a Verizon variant for the holiday season :)

failed1234 says:

AT&T exclusive? Hopefully I'll have an upgrade by the time it comes out. Or it lowers the price of the 920.

I'm still hopeful about extra storage. This amount of MP's and just 32gb of internal memory (Possibly less than 20 after OS Install) is like having a 12 cylinder car with just a 2 gallon tank.

dam s says:

Why 20GB? WP take about 2GB

bugmenot10 says:

Less than 20 GB? This isn't Android, WP8 on the Lumia 920 takes just 1.9 GB. I'd estimate the EOS to have 25-27 GB free out of the box.

xconomicron says:

If it's anything like the 808, you will have the option to scale down the resolution of the pics to 2,5, or 8MP....and yes oversampling is a glorious thing to have with these resolutions!

Amran Nagal says:

Wow I really hope its a quadcore device

111san says:

why? have you had issues running anything on any present wp8 device? sure RAM can increase but whats the point of more cores since very few services run in the background anyway.

Amran Nagal says:

Galaxy s4 octa core, Htc one quad core, Xperia Z quadcore, Nexus 4 Quadcore. 
see the competition? They all out run lumias because of the processor and ram. 
I know that WP8 is very light and doesnt need many cores but nokia cant just sell phones based on camera. 
We as Wp users know about this, but new naive buyers will see the number of cores and go for these other devices.
seriously i have seen people doing it 

Giddora says:

On paper they outrun all WP's... But not in actual user experience.

xconomicron says:

here we go again.........................................................

Victor Lopes says:

Retiring my 920,lumia eos here we go

hacer619 says:

Im in. who is?

clappenings says:

Here we go again folks:

Ballmer: Lumia 925 rocks
Elop: Trash it junior
Ballmer: Huh?
Elop: Announcing.....ELVIS

benners76 says:

Yeah... You wonder how this goes down behind the scenes. Also gotta think T-Mobile and their pending announcement of 925 just lost a little luster.

Viipottaja says:

Sure, but just a little as this is ultimately apples and oranges. EOS/Elvis is a narrow segment device in the end.

Wouldn't a camera with such a massive pixel count demand external storage? Or is Skydrive the answer?

Viipottaja says:

Yep, plus bigger data plans which AT&T would like, right? :) An international variant of this may well have SD card.

hipporama says:

Read up on how PureView works on the Nokia 808. It doesn't really save 41 MP images, but 8MP if I'm not wrong. But the image quality is just unmatched.

Alex Zapata says:

There were 3,5, and 8 MP modes that utilized the over sampling, which in and of itself was incredible, but there were also 34 and 38MP modes that would use either the full height or full width of the sensor. I have some of the 38MP images from several reviewers and they're nothing less than stunning. No noise, it's a beautiful thing.

jmajid says:

curious about the time and date they chose...
11am on the 11th  :)
could this be something about the model number? or something else? :)
we do LIKE rumors dont we:)?
and what do they mean by "reinvented"? same as 808 Pureview or reinvented Pureview?

WixosTrix says:

Please Nokia, make this $450 USD retail like the 900 and 920.

Viipottaja says:

Please don't. Nokia needs the money! :)

WixosTrix says:

I get that l, but they also need to sell phones. More competitively priced more potential buyers.

Viipottaja says:

Of course, they need to try to hit that sweet spot where they maximize revenue and profit. I suspect $450 is a bit too low for that. More likely to be in the $550 range (initially higher). Contract pric $149, max $199 perhaps.

xconomicron says:

I'm afraid that will never happen...It's been a year since the 808 has been out...AND IT'S $400 dolla!

When the 808 released, the 41MP sensor drove up the cost of the phone...starting out at a retail price of .... wait for it...................................700-750$ USD!

So just going off context clues here....if you are not buying a subsidized phone from a carrier................better start saving, because it ain't gonna be cheap.


vlad0 says:

its been more than a year.. : )

WixosTrix says:

Yeah, I'm aware of the 808's pricing, it's mostly wishful thinking.

Agent-P says:

Daniel, are you sure this is my favourite Windows Phone site? Because that WP site over their gives me free cookies. Just saying....

diplomat696 says:

I want some free cookies!!!

fwaits says:

By the way, where did Perry go?

diplomat696 says:

My hope is that the camera on this phone is so by far the best camera on a smartphone that it takes the press and consumers by storm. Bring it Nokia, we are all in your corner now please don't underwhelm with this!!

Sean D. says:

Dude, they can overwhelm, or underwhelm it doesn't matter. As long as it involves Nokia and MS the press will spread as much garbage, innuendo, and FUD as you read on this site's comments (and there's A LOT here!). This is why people have to do their own homework and make their own decisions. if you leave it up to the press/bloggers/media... well, WP wouldn't even exist. 

diplomat696 says:

I disagree, even android fanbois love the 808, this phone has the potential to be a game changer for Nokia and Microsoft

vlad0 says:

The 808 is a tech marvel.. any geek with some self respect would drool all over it

nanoware says:

And the verge will still kill it by giving the ecosystem a 6

Technoloay says:

The Lumia 925 scored 8.1 on The Verge [although having a 6 for the ecosystem]. That's even higher than the Samsung Galaxy S4 - 8.0.

Nokia Lumia 1111 !!!!
or 911 ;P

newfreeg says:

Really.. 9/11

111san says:

so they stopped making the porsche 911?

paulheu says:

It's a 920 with 20MPx PV camera. It will be expensive.. My guess around $900
No doubt i'll get shot down on this here, but we'll see in a month..

inteller says:

they are about to embarass the SG Zoom.

lemonsteveo says:

They already embarrassed themselves with that monstrosity.

Sean D. says:

Based on the limited pictures, and info available I kinda think they already have. But that's just my opinion....

ramonq619 says:

Mmm only for att I bet

heyijie says:

whatever,i will buy eos....... my wallet....

Yangstax says:

It is a huge mistake that Nokia sells EOS as an AT&T exclusive.  This model should be made available everywhere to every carriers in the world.  With the release of L928 on Verizon, Verizon immediately surpasses AT&T in terms of the US marketshare.  It clearly indicates that the AT&T exclusive is a bad deal.  It makes you wonder why Nokia would insist on making the same mistake as they did with L900/L920.  The other mistake is marketing a 16gb L925 on T-Mobile.  It is crazy to see that a vendor wants to limit itself to sell products.  Steve Elop keeps giving us reasons that noboly believes.

fwaits says:

It's the carriers demanding exclusivity, especially in the US.  They don't want a model everyone has, they want one only they have and can market as such.  That may change over time as Nokia grows and gets more popular in the US again, but until then they have to make whatever deals will get them sales and like it or not, it's catering to the carriers for now.

nanoware says:

Hopefully next generation we will see a single model. Samsung started the same way making dozens of different variants for the gs1 and gs2 for every carrier. Then with the gs3 and new gs4 its now one single model. Soon......

Yangstax says:

It is sad that AT&T had to get the exclusivity deal.  They don't seem push the L920 nearly as hard as Verizon does.  The L920 sales dropped by a big number to 400k last quarter.  Now again, Nokia let them get the EOS exclusive deal.  It is pitiful.

xconomicron says:

Where was Verizon and WP7? Lol, for years Verizon has pushed Droid/Android phones on their lineup of phones and that is probably how Android is the dominant platform it is today.  I would think Nokia would be a little cautious after their wimpy fallout with WP7.  ATT had like a 10:1  WP7 ratio (probably even more..) 2 years ago.

nasellok says:

This has me really pissed off - I was seriously considering switching from Android to WP, and this phone would do it for me - but the fact that its not on Verizon makes me really upset.  Why dont OEM's realize that they will sell way more handsets if they drop exclusive deals with carriers.  The reason that Samsung took off with it's Galaxy line, is that they released it for all carriers.  The 928 looks great, but it just doesnt give me the itch to go........this EOS however has me wanting me some WP.........but not at the expense of losing my unlimited data plan.

Sean D. says:

I agree with this on so many levels. Not just because I'm on T-Mo and I'm sick of being done dirty by Nokia, but this device is NOT an every man's device. It's not as bulky and definitive as the Samsung Zoom (definitive meaning that thing IS a camera. The EOS is still as much a phone as the 920) yet and still people will look at it and weigh the options of buying one. Some will want it just to have it, but it's targeted for the select few who really want great pictures above all else. Does the camera justify the added (albeit small) bulk, and the price? To me it does. To photographers it does, or might. But not everyone will want it.
This is not a "flagship" device. This is not the device to break sales records... it will be called that, and when it fails to do great numbers it will be called a "flop". But it is a niche device, tha targets a certain type of consumer. And if they want to get this in as many hands as possible (in the US) they have to stop with the exclusivity. The only way this phone is going to really be a hit is to spread it out. Otherwise this will sit on ATT shelves behind the iphone just like all other Lumia's.
Not spreading fear, just keeping it real.

Yangstax says:

I'm not too worry about the Nokia EOS sales in US market. It is a subsidized market and most people can afford any top end phone as they choose. It is different that 808 PureView phone has been sold in the mostly unsubsidized market. Only pros would want to invest $700 for a camera phone. I just don't like the AT&T exclusivity deal which leaves the majority of the major carriers customers unexposed. Even Nokia considers the EOS a niche model, I won't be surprised if it turns out to become a popular flagship. It could lead the WP8 phones to make a major crack into the US smartphone market. People appreciate innovation and value.

Kamal Shakir says:

No way, AT&T exclusivity, they pay extra for it!  what you think, Nokia is going to say 'No Verizon, we don't want to make millions from you'?!  AT&T understands business, how they had iPhone exclusivity for a few years.  They want to provide their customers with the most updated phones!  while Verizon is still behind with the 928 (8 months behind), AT&T jumping on the next one!  AT&T sees the potential in windows phones, tis why they scrapped the iPhone and keeps stocking WPs!  AT&T FTW, they know what they're doing!  

Yangstax says:

They do?  AT&T is only region that L920 sales dropped appreciably last quarter while the overall Lumia sales hits a new high at 5.6 millions. 

diego3336 says:

I found this "Zoom. Reinvented" banner so Nikon-ish. Just saying...

Viipottaja says:

or just the main launch color could be yellow? :)

Michael Roy says:

just great, I just bought a 920 and love it compared to my iPhone...what the hell am I gonna do now?

Loh Wai Khei says:

pass it to me...:)

apoelin says:

Wait for EOS2 :) I'm still in love with my 920, and that's what I'm planning to do. Now if i'll make it or not.. that's a different story!

Residing says:

I recall several people advising you last week to wait for the EOS, instead of purchasing the Lumia 920; you didn't listen, apparently.  Now you're asking what you should do?
I hope your question is rhetorical.

jholso says:

My bank acount may hate me for it, but damn it I will buy it in yellow as soon as released. Till then let the ramen noodle penny pinching begin

lemonsteveo says:

Those ramens will be worth it :)

Kram Devil says:

You will get the most spectacular ramen pictures ever taken

Viipottaja says:

If you are on AT&T already try bithcing and moaning with their online reps to get a discounted early upgrade price. I went down from $350 to $99 for my 920 (had the 900). :)

jholso says:

I hadn't "upgraded" in 6 years till L920 only because at said time I didnt have the money to buy it outright. So doubt Ill get out of it a year early. I'll suck it up and pay full price. 

Viipottaja says:

well its worth a try! "I have been a loyal AT&T customer for years, have a family plan, boo hoo hoo" were some of the lines I used - and make sure to ask to talk to the supervisor too. it's not like they will take your 920 away from you so why not give it a shot?

elangab says:

This device will rock, but a 42mp camera would fill the internal storage quickly... They should've added SD card support...

nanoware says:

A 41 picture is captured and then down sampled with pure view algorithms to an 8 or 5 mp highly detailed picture.

newfreeg says:

When Might the device be released in the UK and what network could it be on

fwaits says:

GDR2 + Amber inc!

ZuNuKoo says:

How big is the sensor compared to a low end DSLR? Something under $400.

ZuNuKoo says:

Thanks. That's a big sensor for a phone. My DSLR is 1/1.6.

vlad0 says:

They manged to put it to good use as well..
samples here:

xconomicron says:

vlad0, your pictures always amaze me...

Maybe someday I will upload mine to the cloud.  I have to be careful with mine though as I have book publishing companies that have the rights to some of my photos. 

rahul4aug says:

wish it had 1080p, sd card and better new generation specs to make it future ready..

Viipottaja says:

And $150 more price. :)
But, I am sure a next version will come around Feb next year.

jjmurphy says:

So I've sat aside $300usd for launch, and i have an upgrade coming.  I hope it's $99 and i can go accessory crazy.

getalex says:

I simply cannot wait for the waytoomanypixels model yay!

laserfloyd says:

My next phone possibly... Wife will get my 920. ;)

Jf.Vigor says:

Same plan lol. Gf will get my 920, upgrade from her 820

TechnoTim says:

Same. But she gets the 920 from a 900.