Nokia lumia 1020 with reviews
The Nokia added its latest Lumia family to the user with the biggest camera smartphone on the market. Its 41-megapixel main illuminated camera sensor. It packs in image stabilization, and also the new system’s be redesigned to include ball bearing and motors to help keep those shaky-handed and action pics looking steady.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 could be seen as a camera more than a phone, when you turn the camera on, it’s more of an SLR experience rather than a phone with a camera. There are plenty of setting to get fiddling with including exposure, focus and white balance.
The Lumia 1020 is significantly costlier than other smart phones, and when looking at what Nokia has packed inside its 1020, it’s clear that you’re paying a premium just for the camera. The Nokia Lumia 1020 has 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor.
Devices such as the HTC One and Galaxy S4 come with speedier CPUs and higher resolution displays for about lesser prices. Although the 5.5-ounce 1020 is on the light side for Lumia standards, it’s still heavier than the 4-ounce iPhone 5, 4.6-ounce Galaxy S4 and 4.9-ounce BlackBerry Z10.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 combines the same 41-megapixel sensor with a powerful Xenon flash, a brand new Nokia Pro Camera app, and a 6x optical zoom with the full Windows Phone 8 experience.
As well as the camera, the Nokia Lumia 1020 offers all the usual Nokia including Nokia Drive and Nokia Music. There’s a 1.5GHz snapdragon processor keeping things ticking along with 2GB of RAM and internal memory clocks in at 32GB with 7GB of free SkyDrive cloud storage.
When come to the screen and it’s a fairly hefty offering at 4.5-inches AMOLED, 1280 x 768, the exact same specs as you’d find on the Nokia Lumia 925. Which is protected by Gorilla 3 Glass and comes with a high brightness mode and super sensitive touch. As on the 925, the screen is crisp and bright with plenty of detail. The battery comes in at 200mAh in line with the rest of the Lumia phones and there’s also the option of wireless charging via a supported cover.
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