An image of a new Nokia device purporting to be the long-awaited Windows Phone successor to the company’s 808 PureView phone just surfaced, appearing to confirm that the device is headed to AT&T. The image comes courtesy of EVLeaks, who has previously referred to the phone, codenamed EOS, as the Lumia 1020. In a Twitter post, EVLeaks notes that the phone will be available on AT&T, and the image, which features the carrier's branding, appears to support the claim.
The phone is rumored to have a 41-megapixel PureView camera, and while we've previously seen detailed images of what's believed to be the phone's exterior, the leak confirms what we'd previously heard about its carrier destination. In terms of specs, the device will have a Xenon flash, a polycarbonate body, and 32GB of internal storage, according to earlier reports from WPCentral, but will not support removable SD card storage. It will also reportedly run Nokia's upcoming "Amber" Windows Phone software update, including support for the company's new Smart Camera application. There are still no details on availability, but we'll keep you up to date with new information as it comes in.
Update: EVLeaks has posted a new image, seen above, that's supposed to be the camera-heavy back of the device. The accompanying tweet gives its codename as EOS or Elvis, and it notes an apparent 2013 release date on AT&T.
Update: EVLeaks has posted another Twitter update, stating that the phone may in fact be called the Nokia 909 instead.
New info pegs EOS not as the Lumia 1020, but: Nokia 909— @evleaks (@evleaks) July 4, 2013