This week Nokia launched its new Lumia 1020 which seek to solidify Windows Phone as an excellent alternative for people who seek the cameras side striking first thing when choosing a phone.
Nokia has announced the Lumia 1020, a Smartphone with Windows 8 sensor that features a 41 megapixels camera.
The unit has more features seen since last year with PureView 808, the Optical Image Stabilization Zeiss second-generation design that includes a 6 lenses, a shutter (shutter) mechanic.
In addition to the hardware features of 1020, which comes with a revised camera app called Nokia Pro Camera that provides photographers with granular control over all aspects of the conduct of the camera and in addition, users can adjust the flash, focus, ISO, shutter speed, white balance and exposure, as well as zoom, straighten horizons, alter the orientation, and re-frame images after taking them.
The camera also shoots 1080p HD video at 30 frames per second with stereo sound for up to strong events such as concerts.
Other features of the Lumia 1020 include:
- 4.5 inch screen with WXGA AMOLED Gorilla Glass 3.
- 32 GB of storage.
- Access to AT & T Locker, which provides an additional 50GB of online storage for free.
The new team Nokia will sell for the moment only on AT & T on July 26 for $ 299.99.
Pre-orders begin July 16. Comes in black, white and yellow.