Nokia has pretty much confirmed that an event scheduled for next month will see the release of a rumoured 41-megapixel Lumia.
Last week, Nokia asked journalists to a launch event in New York, with an invite entitled 'Zoom. Reinvented', leading to speculation the event would see the Finnish phone maker unveil new imaging-focused devices.
The chief contender was thought to be a Lumia device carrying the 41-megapixel sensor developed for the 808 PureView, Nokia's last Symbian device.
The rumoured device, known unofficially as the EOS, does now appear to be the star of the July launch: a post on the Nokia Conversations blog giving details for a webcast of the event is entitled '41 million reasons'.
The specs of the device and its official name remain under wraps for now. However, the photo-friendly Lumia is likely to run the next iteration of Windows Phone 8, known as GDR2 or Windows Phone Blue.