It is widely speculated that Nokia is working on a true PureView Windows SmartPhone. One of the main features of this model is a sensor similar to the one found on the company’s 41-megapixel 808 handset.
It is also reported that the phone will be made out of aluminum rather than the polycarbonate which Nokia uses in this top range Lumia line. This phone is slated to be released through AT&T later this year. It is speculated that they are going to name it as EOS. Though it falls under the Lumia line it is going to sport a completely new design and look.
With Nokia working on its own Windows 8 tablet to debut later this year.
The Lumia 920 also bears the PureView name. Arguably one of the best smartphone cameras available on the market today, the 920 has a backside-illuminated sensor and fixed f/2.0 aperture, which makes for some astounding low-light photos.
Nokia also worked with Microsoft to create a new algorithm for the 920 camera that reduces visual noise, and further improves low-light performance while maintaining a natural look in photos.
2013’s Lumia will likely continue that tradition, providing high-resolution, high-quality photos, especially in low-light situations.