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Latest leak confirms Nokia EOS red color version

06 June, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
Latest leak confirms Nokia EOS red color version - read the full textThe Nokia EOS is all over the news lately. First with a leaked yellow panel and then a bunch of live photos, which we exclusively brought to you, sporting a much more serious black color. And now to join in the leak vortex comes a red panel of the upcoming camera-slash-Windows-phone. The panel...

 

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Well if you are the President of the United States, I hope this new phone prevents you and your lying attorney general from listening in on our private calls.

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  • 2013-06-10 07:32
  • 4wy0


hello der,
but confused ducks, This it's a beautiful süpermodel Nokia EOS' system.? they should be Android system,? Goldin brown and silver colors.

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  • 2013-06-09 11:25
  • SnDd

> In reply to Carol @ 2013-06-07 14:19 from L7eJ - click to read"By the way, i am the president of the United States;)."
From your comments I'm sure you believe it. I knew I should not get upset with you.:).

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  • 2013-06-07 16:25
  • Am9Y

> In reply to X @ 2013-06-07 11:19 from Am9Y - click to readYeah i so my mistake earlier but could not edit it. I was probably thinking about other manufacturers. By the way, i am the president of the United States;).

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  • 2013-06-07 14:19
  • L7eJ

> In reply to X @ 2013-06-07 11:19 from Am9Y - click to readdo you know about downsizing pictures? If you downsize 8mp photo to 2mp, the picture becomes sharper. that is a simple post processing applied by nokia

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  • 2013-06-07 12:24
  • xii%

"38 megapixel photo should be more like 2 to 4 mb in size after the processing"

Well, tell this to people that are faithful. They might believe this miracle(2-4 MB size 38 MPix photo without loosing information).
My diploma thesis was about image compression algorithms btw.


http://www.techradar.com/news/...ted-904250/4
" This provides 38 or 34 megapixel photos at maximum resolution (generating a file size of 9MB+) depending on whether you've chosen 4:3 or 16:9 image aspect ratios, respectively."

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  • 2013-06-07 11:19
  • Am9Y

> In reply to X @ 2013-06-07 09:30 from mSub - click to readi've read some posts from you and from people accusing your trollness. But this is just pathetic. You have no idea what you are talking about. You are at the level -1300 when we talk about technology and yet you are anxious to write down you lack of knowledge. Trying to prove your self in this manner just gives me the question mark: Dear God, how many are they? First of all, you do not need 300 gb in a phone. I have 16 in my n8 and never bought a mem card for it. It is always around 10 gb of free memory, and i never strolged to keep it free. If i need to store something, i store it to pc not in a freaquin phone. Second of all. The comic part that people are to simple to understand is that if the photo has a best quality it is smaller in storage size. You know why? Cause there are no artefacts inside the coding. So for your -1300 knowlege, a 38 megapixel photo should be more like 2 to 4 mb in size after the processing. Unlike iphone and other crapps that have more artefacts in there coding then the coding of the image it self. From 3 to 4mb photo at a 8mpx resolution? What is that? So, 32gb are more then enough for music photos videos and apps. Last thing? And the biggest: The pureview does not downsample anything. In fact, it combines the whole megapixels from the camera into an 8mpx,5mpx or 3mpx photo for the best quality without artefacts zoom and general coding. BUT, you can also SHOT 38 mpx photos. An option that rather will be used by people like me, and not by people like you.;). Now, get your facts straight, learn before you speak, and stop being a useless troll...

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  • 2013-06-07 10:58
  • L7eJ

> In reply to X @ 2013-06-06 21:36 from mSub - click to readI want to see you again after the final product gets confirmed. Too bad we can't put a bet on it, i give ten to one

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  • 2013-06-07 10:21
  • 0ZJS

> In reply to Heretic @ 2013-06-07 00:33 from PYN8 - click to readCome on, look at Lumia 800 plastic. It's damn high quality, just try it if possible. Eos plastic will be same or better. Nokia has never had weakness in build quality

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  • 2013-06-07 10:10
  • 0ZJS

> In reply to Spacebar @ 2013-06-07 06:10 from X3tw - click to readNah, I don't expect Nokia to be THAT stupid, putting a quad core ARM A7, low power processor on this phone, when they use the dual Krait processors for the 920 family(see here the difference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krait_(CPU) ). Or are they?

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  • 2013-06-07 09:50
  • mSub

According to the leaks, the EOS will by without a microSD card on board. It will have either 32 or 64GB non-expandable storage. This is on top of the fact that the phone, at max settings 34MPix on 9/16 or 38 on 3/4 formats, will take an additional 5MPix picture for fast Internet upload. This is stupid, on Nex cameras the image processor down samples 16/24 MPix photos for wifi upload on the fly, without saving the smaller images on the memory card. And remember that WP has the "other" storage problem, not solved yet, and apparently not solvable by MS since they are busy with something else. So, I think this is another FLOP from Nokia.

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  • 2013-06-07 09:30
  • mSub

> In reply to g-lenn @ 2013-06-06 23:38 from m7Jj - click to readWhy are you surprised? When Lumia 920 was released in November, there were quad core/2GB Ram phones on the market. SSGS 3, Note 2, LG Optimus G, Asus PadFone 2, not to mention Tegra 3 phones.
When had Nokia a top notch CPU/GPU phone? Do you want quad core, 2 GB of Ram, 1080p screens? You won't find them soon on WP or from Nokia. Want a good camera on your phone? Wait for Sony Xperia Honami! Will arrive at approximately the same time as EOS, will have everything you need (quad core Snapdragon 800, 2 or more GB of RAM, 1080p "triluminous" screen, 20 MPix Exmor R II sensor-best sensor in the market, Bionz image processor-pulls 10fps at 24 MPix on Nex 7) including water and dust protection.

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  • 2013-06-07 09:05
  • mSub

> In reply to Heretic @ 2013-06-07 00:33 from PYN8 - click to readNo I think it's Polycarbonate

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  • 2013-06-07 09:03
  • v{uH

Strange, but quite frankly I have recently been checking out which Smartphone is the lightest and slimmest. I fancy that the one which is say 4-4.5 inch screen, 8-10 MP camera, slim, light and smart , will be the top seller. So far none has this attributes except, and here it is the " Alcatel Onetouch " *MP, HD , go check it out.

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  • 2013-06-07 06:50
  • IV@Y

> In reply to Raman Duhan @ 2013-06-07 03:18 from t}a$ - click to readThat chipset (S400) chipset are for lower mid-tier devices. You wouldn't expect a high-end with that. Who knows?

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  • 2013-06-07 06:10
  • X3tw

guys maybe. its not dul core 1.2ghz but the quad core 1.2ghz... I am talking about the new chipset thst qualcom introduced just recent days ago ... ??? if it is so then it will beat the shit out of all those high class droids.... EAST OR WEST NOKIA is THE BEST>> but who cares I still love it so much..
808 pureview user..

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  • 2013-06-07 03:18
  • t}a$

looks like cheap plastic

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  • 2013-06-07 00:33
  • PYN8

So stupid why not make it 5" full HD, atleast 2 gigs of ram and a quad core CPU for the new windows blu. Lumia 920 did great because it came at the right time.. This is like releasing the Lumia 920 all over.. Not wise taking a step back in time when every one else is moving forward.. Don't make the same mistake twice pleace.

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  • 2013-06-06 23:38
  • m7Jj

> In reply to [deleted post]Sadly, I can't find any at the moment. But here are some interesting relevant 808 PureView early photos.
http://unleashthephones.com/wp...okia803-.jpg
http://nokiapoweruser.files.wo...44&h=730
And btw, keep that bad mouthing up. I feel kinda superior :))))

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  • 2013-06-06 23:01
  • sSPg

> In reply to [deleted post]All I wanted to hear from you, bad mouthing :)))
While, before the announcement of N8. There were rumors that it will be 12 MPX as later on the announcement, it was found out to be 12.1 MPX. That time, N8's pixels were shown as XX. This is a traditional sign of Nokia whenever they are going to announce a big cameraphone. They do the same.

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  • 2013-06-06 22:42
  • sSPg

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