Nokia Lumia 1020 Complete Specs, Images And Screenshots Leaked Before Launch
Nokia would be better off cancelling their Nokia Lumia 1020 launch event and saving themselves some money, as the complete set of specifications of the device have been leaked online.
Like its predecessors, the Nokia Lumia 1020 will carry a 4.5-inch 1280 x 768p AMOLED 2.5D Gorilla Glass 3 PureMotion HD+ touchscreen with ClearBlack, sunlight readability and super sensitive touch technologies. On the inside, a dual core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor will power it up and not the 800 chip as previously speculated.
Apart from these, the Nokia Lumia 1020 will be deployed with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 2000mAh battery. Coming to the main highlight, the device will employ a 41MP camera with OIS, a BSI sensor, 6 lens optics, 3x zoom, AF and 1080p recording at 30fps. There’s also a a 1.2MP HD front cam.
Also, in a series of photos obtained by The Verge, we now have a better look at the device when paired with its camera shell accessory, which you can see pictured at the top. The camera shell accessory is said to be a case of sorts for the back portion of the phone. When attached, it will not only provide the phone with additional battery life, but will make the lens on the back of the phone protrude less, while at the same time providing the phone with a bigger grip which we expect will be more comfortable to snap photos with compared to holding a thin phone.
Nokia is planning to give Nokia Lumia 1020 users the ability to fine-tune the controls of the 41-megapixel shooter through a new Pro Camera app that’ll include controls for things like white balance, ISO and shutter speed. Screenshots of the Pro Camera app, which includes the option to take two differently-sized photos at once, have been shared by @ViziLeaks and can be found below.
Someone working AT&T’s YouTube channel apparently couldn’t wait to share the news of the Lumia 1020, as the official ShareATT account has just posted a trio of brief promo videos highlighting the zoom, low-light and video performance of the device.
This is the Lumia handset Nokia has been wanting to build since day one. It’s the 808 in a classier chassis with better spec and a more robust OS. No doubt more details about the handset’s nuances will become clear at the New York launch event.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 event will start in approx. 2 hours.