Nokia Lumia 928, Lumia Catwalk, Lumia EOS rumoured

There are quite a few speculations going around with regards to new Nokia Lumia phones.

What do we know so far?

Lumia 928 is the supposedly Lumia 920 for Verizon. After AT&T had exclusivity on the device in the US it will finally be released to Verizon. There isn’t any indication yet that a similar device would be launched on T-Mobile, like the Lumia 810 derivative of the 820. In previous reports the Lumia 928 and Catwalk were mixed up to be the same device but it seems that they are definitely two distinct devices. (Source: @evleaks, Techcrunch)

Lumia Catwalk seems to be a lighter and thinner version of the Lumia 920 and a real new phone rather than the Lumia 928 which is merely the Lumia 920 for Verizon. While this has been rumoured a while ago by The Verge already more detailed specs have now been leaked via @flapic. The phone is poised to be announced on 15th May. Maybe the Catwalk will be the Lumia 950.

Which leaves us with the Nokia EOS of which little is known. The EOS seems to be the Windows Phone 8 version of the Nokia 808 Pureview with a top-end camera rivalling even DSLRs. A first impression surfaced not too long after the original 808 was revealed at Mobile World Congress 2012 and Nokia had already decided to put all it’s eggs into the Windows Phone basket. The Nokia EOS might then be the Lumia 1000 and come with a similar 41MP sensor as the 808. (more sources: Techradar,

Anyone having any ideas. Feel free to comment.

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