A 41-megapixel smartphone from Nokia with a relevant operating system? We'd love to see the photographic capabilities of the 808 PureView combined with the Windows Phone 8 OS.

Rumors of another 41-megapixel smartphone from Nokia seem to be solidifying: The Guardian has cited 'sources close to the Finnish handset maker' have confirmed a U.S. launch of the purported 'EOS' handset this summer.

Nokia debuted its last device with a 41MP camera sensor, the 808 PureView, at this time last year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We'll be reporting live from this year's event and hope Nokia delivers another high-megapixel model, but this time with Nokia's new operating system of choice, Windows Phone 8. Nokia has already delivered promising results with its first batch of Windows Phone 8 devices, led by its flagship 8MP Lumia 920, which has impressed us with its low-light capture capabilities. 

We're also eager to see HTC's much-anticpated 'M7' smartphone at MWC, the LG Optimus G Pro, Pantech's 5.9-inch Vega No 6 phablet, Sony's tablet version of the Xperia Z, a rumored batch of new Samsung tablets and to get our hands on BlackBerry's Z10. Stay tuned: We'll be in Barcelona from Feb. 25-28.