Nokia has pretty much confirmed that its upcoming 11 July event will be the launch-pad for the much-talked about Lumia EOS smartphone that carries a monstrous 41-megapixel PureView camera.

The Finnish mobile maker has posted a teaser image on its blog which read out: "41 million reasons" and the post titled, "41 million reasons to zoom in to Nokia Conversation on July 11th."

The image and post title clearly indicates that Nokia will unveil the 41-megapixel PureView camera smartphone in its 11 July event at New York.

Last week, Nokia had sent out press invitations that read "Zoom Reinvented," hinting that the company might unveil the new camera-centric Nokia EOS

Since the launch of Nokia 808 PureView, there have been rumours about the company working on the Windows-running Lumia smartphone with PureView camera technology, code-named EOS. Now, the press invitations and teaser image, have added more credibility to reports of Nokia unveiling its EOS smartphone.

Recently, another set of images of Nokia EOS were leaked online indicating a similar design of the popular Lumia 920 which sports an aluminum body casing instead of the polycarbonate body.

The leaked images indicate a metal shell of the upcoming Nokia smartphone. They clearly showed the camera lens, LED flash on the back SIM-card slot and USB port on the top. There also appeared to be a big hole on the back, which is perhaps reserved for large camera lens similar to that of Nokia 808 PureView camera.

 [See the leaked images of Nokia EOS metal casing, here]

The device is rumoured to feature a 4.5-inch HD+ display with OLED screen giving 768X1280 pixel resolution, dual-core processor, LTE connectivity, 32GB of internal memory, Windows Phone 8 operating system and the notable the 41-megapixel camera.