Nokia EOS has been rumored at the moment, and the good news is now the first live photos of the phone come up to public, this could mean that the release date is just about a matter of time. The photos reveal Nokia's first Windows Phone 8 proper cameraphone in detail, though the fact it doesn't have 41MP main camera as you may expect. And as appear on the pics, the body of the phone looks to be made from the same polycarbonate plastic that's used by Nokia Lumia 920.
According to the source, the smartphone is 9.7mm thick, quite acceptable considering that it features wireless charging too. Naturally there is a large hump at the back side right where the large camera module will be located, but it appears to be smaller than the one on Nokia 808 PureView. This gives a lot of credibility to previous reports of the Nokia EOS being a hybrid between the Lumia 920 and 808 PureView.