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Nokia EOS Lumia Along with BlackBerry Q10 will Conquer Flagship Devices

Seems like there is going to be more than one big event at the upcoming meeting on 14th of May. According to one of the latest Nokia-related news, a new device will be unveiled. The special thing here comes from the fact that the new handset will actually try to revive the cameraphone tendencies among smartphone users. And in case you have been following Nokia’s advent in this niche, then have probably spotted their 808 PureView device with the staggering 41MP camera. This time the Finland company decided that it would be better to implement more “modern” operating system and thus Nokia EOS Lumia is expected to be announced.

Of course it will adopt the features of 808 PureView, especially the camera, so in case you are rushing to buy a new camera you might want to hold your horses a little bit until EOS Lumia comes out. Another device that will be released is the Catwalk, of which we talked a few articles below. However, it seems that the first lucky persons who will be able to put their hands on the device are the AT&T customers.


It is no secret to anybody that the EOS Lumia was expected by Nokia hardcore fans simply because the device will smash the competition in terms of image quality and picture shooting. All this combined with great mobile OS make the handset a sure nominee for smartphone of the year.

One more device, but from another manufacturer will also be officially released in the middle of May. It comes from BlackBerry and its model goes by Q10 – the tradition here is also kept – QWERTY keyboard will be present but this time BlackBerry are aiming at the mid-range market rather than the high-end users.

We are pretty excited about those devices and we promise that we will hit you with the latest news as soon as they are unveiled.

Mike is a software engineer with a love for tinkering with smart phone devices. He spends a lot of time moving pictures to his SD card, because the Android keeps running out of memory. In his spare time, he travels to different parts of the world and takes one of his Android devices with him.


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