The Nokia EOS is expected to bring its 41-megapixel sensor to fingers at its July 11 New York event, but for those of you who just can't wait the extra month, we've seen some more pictures that both entice and confuse in equal measure.
However, even more interestingly suggest that Nokia may be going for an aluminium casing in the style of the Lumia 925.
What we'd seen in leaks so far shows a polycarbonate design, but we can't be certain as to whether Nokia has settled on aluminium or if it's just a prototype.
Nokia gets another powerful alloy
The photo-focused handset is expected to bring a 41MP camera like that found in the 808 Pureview, strongly hinted at in the Nokia invitation which is headlined "Zoom. Reinvented."
It's also expected to land running Windows Phone. While the camera sticks out a little, the rest of the body looks on par with the Lumia 920's slim figure.
TechRadar will be at the July 11 event in New York to bring you the news as soon as it breaks.
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