Nokia's press conference at Mobile World Congress may have been a disappointment for Windows Phone fans hoping for some new high-end Lumia hardware, but today a new report has emerged with some details that ought to make their week a bit better. An article published by The Verge today makes some quick mentions of upcoming Lumia handsets that've been rumored in recent months, and the good news is that if the information holds true, three of the four major U.S. carriers will soon have a high-end Nokia Lumia to call their own.
According to the report, Nokia's EOS will be exclusive to AT&T. The EOS has been tipped as having a "true" PureView camera, with a sensor similar to the 41-megapixel sensor found in Nokia's 808 PureView. The EOS will also reportedly feature an aluminum construction and squared edges. It was already said that AT&T would be offering the device, but today's leak adds that the EOS will be an AT&T-exclusive device.
Next up is the Nokia Catwalk, which is rumored to be a follow-up to Nokia's Lumia 920. While it's said that the Catwalk will feature internals that are similar to what's found on the 920, the Catwalk will reportedly follow the EOS in ditching the polycarbonate design that Nokia has been known for as of late in favor of a new, aluminum frame. While there was previously no carrier attached to the Catwalk, today's report claims that it'll be headed to T-Mobile sometime this summer.
Via The Verge