Nokia have revealed their latest smartphone, the Lumia 1020.
Coming equipped with a 41-megapixel camera, the phone, which will run Windows Phone 8, comes with 32GB of internal storage – as well as 7MB of free SkyDrive cloud storage – and has a 4.5-inch AMOLED PureMotion HD+ screen, made with Gorilla® Glass 3, apparently.
The camera will use a Xenon flash and Nokia’s PureView technology, as well as a new application called Nokia Pro Camera, which enables better photos by demonstrating how settings will affect the final image or video being taken. It will also have dual capture, allowing it to take a high-res 38-megapixel image alongside a 5-megapixel version that you can share with friends via email, messaging and social media. Optical image stabilisation and Rich Recording, which deals with sound pressure levels six times louder than conventional smartphone microphones, also comes included.
Away from the headline-grabbing camera, the phone – yes, there is a phone in there somewhere – has a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor and 2GB of RAM.
Nokia have also produced accessories for the phone, including a wireless charging cover and a camera grip, which has a built-in, rechargeable battery and a screw mount for tripods.
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The Nokia Lumia 1020 – coming in yellow, white or black – will be available in the US on July 26.