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    Default Nokia announces the Lumia 1020 Windows Phone: 41MP camera, OIS, six lenses

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    Nokia has today unveiled and announced the Lumia 1020 for AT&T. The Windows Phone is the latest flagship handset from the Finnish manufacturer, following the Lumia 920, Lumia 928 and Lumia 925. What's important here is the jump to a new group, no longer are we wrapped up in the 9xx series. So what's the Lumia 1020 all about and is it exactly as leaked renders and information suggested?

    If you've not been following our coverage on the Lumia 1020 (codenamed "EOS"), it's been a rather eventful adventure. Multiple leaks have painted an interesting picture of what we can expect the next Lumia to look like, sporting a 41MP PureView camera. Ever since Nokia released the Pureview 808 running Symbian, Windows Phone consumers have been calling out for a similar handset running Microsoft's OS. That time has come with yet another high-end Windows Phone being made available.



    Specifications wise, the Lumia 1020 sports a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 4.5-inch AMOLED display (with Gorilla Glass 3, PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack, High Brightness Mode, Sunlight readability and Super sensitive touch), PureView 41MP rear shooter (6 lens optics, High resolution zoom 3x, Autofocus, Xenon Flash), 1.2MP HD wide angle front-facing camera, 2000mAh battery and all the usual bells and whistles one would expect from a Nokia Windows Phone.

    As well as the confirmed look and hardware, the Lumia 1020 also features new innovations and improvements to the overall user experience. We're focusing on photography here. Multiple levels of zoom, automatic face detection and dual-capture (oversampled image is for sharing on social networks and more). The Windows Phone processes up to 5x more megapixels than competing hardware. "You can literally find a needle in a haystack."

    When can you pick yours up and how much will you be looking to fork out? Consumers will be able to get their hands on the Lumia 1020 on AT&T starting July 26th (pre-orders start July 16th) for $299 on contract, as well as operators outside the US. The Lumia 1020 is available in matte white, black and yellow.

    Be sure to remain tuned to our feeds for the latest from the floor, as well as the Nokia website.

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    Finally!!!!

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    nokiaaaa u maddd broo?

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    sensor is smaller than 808...1/1.5"... I expected at least 1" anyway low light shots are simply stunning!

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    First Question do we really need such high megapixel in a Hand-Phone ? If some one thinking yes then re-consider the price you can easily buy a mid-core DSLR.

    Second Question in the world of android how many people still likes windows OS. I would like to see Nokia and Microsoft jointly works to develop not only OS but also apps. They need to surprise customer with devastating change a revolution for phone freaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    First Question do we really need such high megapixel in a Hand-Phone ? If some one thinking yes then re-consider the price you can easily buy a mid-core DSLR.

    Second Question in the world of android how many people still likes windows OS. I would like to see Nokia and Microsoft jointly works to develop not only OS but also apps. They need to surprise customer with devastating change a revolution for phone freaks.

    We do not buy a device only we also buy function it can deliver.
    Nokia 808 had better quality than M4/3 DSLR Olympus EPL1. and both had similar price tag. So you're getting a very portable camera that can take stunning pictures plus a phone that has all of the modern features you need.

    And do we really need quad core phones but still people buy them, just like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    sensor is smaller than 808...1/1.5"... I expected at least 1" anyway low light shots are simply stunning!
    They have reduced the sensor just a bit to reduce size while adding backlight illuminated technology so the quality is not sacrificed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    First Question do we really need such high megapixel in a Hand-Phone ? If some one thinking yes then re-consider the price you can easily buy a mid-core DSLR.

    Second Question in the world of android how many people still likes windows OS. I would like to see Nokia and Microsoft jointly works to develop not only OS but also apps. They need to surprise customer with devastating change a revolution for phone freaks.

    We do not buy a device only we also buy function it can deliver.
    Your eyes can not really differentiate PPI over ~320 for normal usage. What's the use of GS4's ~440ppi? Battery waste.
    Quad/octa core on phones which have severe issues with power supply (put some load, battery goes down the drain) while a dual core is sufficient? oh wait, bloated android...

    Also, good luck putting a DSLR in your pant's pocket and phone in another.

    They are doing it. Most of the famous apps are already available and remaining few have been announced (vine, flipboard, path etc).

    WP8 can deliver really well. Not enough for the "fiddlers" but then again, my time is important. I don't want to spend tinkering with my phone. I bought it for specific tasks and it does them really well without tinkering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    First Question do we really need such high megapixel in a Hand-Phone ?
    By the way, you probably don't understand anything about camera; that's why you are so hung up on megapixel.

    The camera in this phone is a combination of huge amount of pixels, 6 different lenses, physical shutter, backlit sensors, OIS, xenon flash, rewritten software stack for MSM8960 (collaborated with QUALCOMM) and most of all, extremely sophisticated software processing. Go read the white paper first before commenting: http://t.co/Jn4uxtS5i2
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    @CvP you sure spend a lot of time on camera tech. anyway the last time i read an article where it said the pureview tech basically came from satellite imaging technology. Nokia has been working on it to make it work on handheld device!

    Good to see windows phones getting decent ground these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    @CvP you sure spend a lot of time on camera tech. anyway the last time i read an article where it said the pureview tech basically came from satellite imaging technology. Nokia has been working on it to make it work on handheld device!

    Good to see windows phones getting decent ground these days.
    Not really. I think I spent a day or two researching some DSLR and MILC when I was fixated to buy a camera. I settled for Nex-7 MILC. But since I got L920, I really don't feel like buying a separate camera anymore.

    Anyways, I have spent like an hour (including watching videos) about L1020. That's enough to know these things (in high level perspective).
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    From: nokia conversation
    What the world’s saying about the Nokia Lumia 1020

    Published by Joel Willans on July 11, 2013



    Today the world finally got to see the latest stunning addition to the Nokia Lumia family. TheNokia Lumia 1020 has zoomed smartphone photography to whole new incredible level and shown exactly why the Nokia Lumia range of smartphones is the most innovative on the planet. Unsurprisingly, we’ve already fallen head over heels in love with the Nokia Lumia 1020, but what about the rest of the world? To see for yourself, check out what some of tech’s biggest hitters have to say about the 41 megapixel marvel.

    The Verge

    At first blush, it’s impressive. The 1020 is handsome and sleek, rounded and not quite so boxy and large as some of the other Lumia phones we’ve seen…We’ve been shooting photos with the 1020 non-stop, and so far we’re really impressed. The camera app is pretty fast, though changing settings can lag occasionally, but it’s mostly really responsive — and the pictures we’ve taken here at Pier 92 look awesome.

    BGR
    Nokia didn’t hold back with the 1020 and its shows: The device can take truly remarkable pictures that seem to have unmatched color and clarity. Despite such a large sensor, the Lumia 1020 isn’t like the Galaxy S4 Zoom, meaning it doesn’t have a large bulge on its rear. In fact, it fit comfortably in my pocket.

    Gizmodo
    The Nokia Pro Camera might actually be just as much of a big deal as the camera itself. The dial controls are magnificent, and actually great UX… All around, though, this thing is really great…it’ll be a wonderful thing to carry around at all times in your bag.

    BBC
    Analysts who have tested the device said that it was “without doubt” the best smartphone camera on the market.

    CNET
    With its 41-megapixel camera, Nokia’s Lumia 1020 absolutely brings the wow factor, proving that Nokia can innovate in its own way, that it is a mobile force to be reckoned with.


    TechCrunch
    The hardware seems well-crafted, the Windows Phone experience is incredibly smooth, and that longstanding app gap is finally starting to close (albeit slowly). I can’t pass judgment until I actually play with the final device, but so far it seems like that camera is just icing on a cake that’s already pretty damned delicious.

    Slash Gear
    Still, just from a brief play with it, it’s clear that Nokia is offering something unique among today’s smartphones. The ability to zoom massively into photos and still get crisp images is incredible, and something that rivals like Samsung are having to fit huge optical zooms – on handsets like the Galaxy S4 Zoom – to achieve similar.


    Engadget
    As expected, the hardware’s a beauty on this thing. There’s that slick unibody design we’ve come to expect from recent Lumia devices, and in spite of amped up optics, the company hasn’t really done too much to sacrifice weight and profile.

    GSM Arena
    The Nokia 808 PureView finally has a worthy successor – the Nokia Lumia 1020 is the culmination of Nokia’s continuous efforts to redefine smartphone photography. The company was the first to launch a massive 41MP image sensor, do optical stabilization in a phone and use high-dynamic range mics and the Lumia 1020 has it all under one roof.

    TechRadar
    We really, really like the Lumia 1020 as a device. Yes, it’s more camera than phone, but the balance is a lot more even than before, and it will really appeal to all of those who want to make sure they get the best out of their everyday memories.



    Pocket Lint
    The Nokia Pro Camera app is incredibly easy to use and it is remarkably simple to change settings without getting the user bogged down in settings. It’s strange, as you are actually given a lot of control over what kind of photos you can take. We like it a lot, we love the power of the camera and the Nokia’s hardware is second to none.

    Happily, it looks like we’re not the only ones who’ve been blown away by the Nokia Lumia 1020, but what about you? Are you as awestruck as the rest of us? Let us known in the comments below.


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    After iphone4 and galaxy s3 something in mobile tech. to talk about....carry on nokia..may be u will regain ur crown in the coming future

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    After shooting some video using my L920, I was so impressed how "stable" the videos are because of the OIS. Feels like the camera was on professional camera rails/stabilizers. I can only imagine how great this will be with this new sensor (4x lossless zoom while shooting 1080p!).

    Need another blind test from GSM arena.
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    Select 720 or 1080p for best experience. 'nuff said!

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    my thoughts exactly sir, especially since apple seems to have hit a wall, samsung's another story though.

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    No matter how the camera quality is.
    U may get a DSLR level camera,
    not many of potential highend customers would prefer a 41mp camera for a premium price tag. Specially over quad core.

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    Its not a premium price tag since it's on the same level as every other phone (even cheaper on contract). Consumers are more likely to see the benefits of the camera than a quad core (which most don't know/care about).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    No matter how the camera quality is.
    U may get a DSLR level camera,
    not many of potential highend customers would prefer a 41mp camera for a premium price tag. Specially over quad core.
    lol.

    GS4 lags with quad/octa core (just checked 2 days ago) and a DSLR is not easy to use neither easy to carry not to mention insane price.
    And what premium price tag? $599 is lower than many high end smartphones. Get your facts right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    lol.

    GS4 lags with quad/octa core (just checked 2 days ago) and a DSLR is not easy to use neither easy to carry not to mention insane price.
    And what premium price tag? $599 is lower than many high end smartphones. Get your facts right.
    havent seen one which does.was going to buy it but ei week e onek kichhu kine felsi with the little savings that i did have.its probably the best smartphone package out there,and ei lag er bepar ta lokjon exaggerate kore,im not saying you're doing it...
    ami chhoto amake marbenna.-_- shob _ buira_gamer_

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