Items tagged with Nokia-Lumia-1020

When the Nokia Lumia 1020 debuted, it cost a whopping $299 on contract; that price subsequently dropped to $199, and now there’s an unlocked version available for $549 in the Microsoft Store. That’s not a bad price for a smartphone that boasts the specs the 1020 offers. As we’ve detailed in our full review, the phone runs on a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, and this model has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 4.5-inch 1280x768 display. It also has a 1.2MP HD front-facing camera and that tasty 41MP rear-facing camera, which we’ve had some fun playing with. You... Read more...
Well, that didn’t take long; shortly after leaked videos of the Nokia Lumia 1020 spread around the Internet, Nokia and AT&T went ahead and officially announced the handset via a press release and yet another video. The phone is available exclusively through AT&T starting on July 26th and will be cost $299.99 with a two-year contract. The device comes in black, white, and yellow, and it’s the first Windows Phone with the AT&T Locker cloud storage app. Most importantly for those eagerly anticipating this multimedia powerhouse phone, we now have more complete specs, which include... Read more...
Oops. Someone posted videos of the upcoming but not-yet-released Nokia Lumia 1020 on AT&T’s YouTube channel; it all looks very official, so we presume that the videos were simply posted too early. (We feel for the poor schmuck who at best is getting a tongue-lashing from a red-faced superior right about now and at worst is out of a job.) (Credit: Engadget) The videos are now set to private on YouTube, so you can’t access them directly, but because this is the Internet and this is how things go, the videos are still available elsewhere, so we’re able to embed them here: As... Read more...
Nokia has been promising a smartphone with an industry-busting 41MP PureView rear camera bearing the codename “Nokia EOS”. Evleaks says that it’s nabbed an image of the upcoming phone, which it says will be called the “Nokia Lumia 1020”. One commenter on the photo noted that the time shown on the phone’s screen is 10:00, and because Nokia usually uses the time to indicate model number, it’s odd that the screen doesn’t say 10:20. The image also shows a Nokia Pro Cam app, which would be a nice addition to the powerful camera. Credit: evleaks The phone,... Read more...