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Nokia EOS Windows Phone tipped with “proper” PureView

Nokia EOS Windows Phone tipped with “proper” PureView

Nokia is readying the first Windows Phone to be truly worthy of PureView branding, currently codenamed EOS, new whispers suggest, with the 2013 handset expected to drop on AT&T later in the year. The Nokia EOS - the project name of which may well be a nod to Canon's DSLR range - will pack a "similar sensor" to that of the 41-megapixel Nokia 808 PureView, according to The Verge's sources, as well as a new industrial design.

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Nokia aims high with new multimedia cellphones

Nokia aims high with new multimedia cellphones

Cor blimey, there're a whole load of new Nokia phones about to sashay their way off the electronic catwalk and into your nearest carrier's cell-tower range.  Some of them are curious and new, blinking like fresh kittens in the harsh Summer sun, while others are updates of more mature phones, street-wise and cunning, but with a hint of innocence around the eyes.

SlashGear Review: Samsung’s waif-like SGH-i320 Smartphone

SlashGear Review: Samsung’s waif-like SGH-i320 Smartphone

If you read anything other than Electrodes Monthly then you'll have noticed that there's something of a backlash at the moment against "the cult of size zero" and super-skinny models. Once mainstream media has finished flambéing Kate Moss and friends, I can only assume they'll turn their dark attentions to other proud advocates of the less-is-more ethos, the ever-shrinking mobile phone. And I fear Samsung has perhaps most to worry about, with their harem of millimeter-thin candybars and wafer-like clamshells; most scorn, though, will be heaped on their so-called smartphones that really ought to know better than extreme dieting.

It's one of those smartphones I've been testing over the past few weeks, and a model that has caused no little amount of confusion. Ostensibly similar to the much-hyped Blackjack, which launched last year to fanfare, squeals of delight and outraged disappointment at the "blink and you miss it" battery life, the similarly slim i320 is more of a feature-spared younger sibling that lacks the high-speed HSDPA and instead makes do with quad-band GSM EDGE for its data shuffling.

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