News by Andrew Kameka on Wednesday June 19, 2013.
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Nokia has posted a blatant tease on its blog that all but confirms what everyone has suspected all along - the July 11th event in New York City will be the unveiling of the first Windows Phone 8 Lumia device with a 41-megapixel camera sensor. On its Conversations blog, Nokia listed six reasons that people should watch the event and said there was more to come. The "more" was reflected by a banner image that says "41 million reasons" to see more. The 41 million number is an obvious reference to the number of pixels (1 megapixel = 1 million pixels) users can expect to see in the leaked Nokia Lumia EOS device.
MobileBurn.com will attend the July 11 event in order to see the next Nokia Pureview device up close, but anyone can view the event from the comfort of their home or anywhere else with a reliable web connection. Nokia plans to stream the event on its Conversations blog beginning July 11 at 11 AM ET. If the previous leaks of the Lumia EOS prove an accurate representation of the 41-megapixel camera Nokia will soon launch, the unveiling should be worth watching.source: Nokia
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