Apple's secret nature is not hidden to any one and at the same time Nokia has been following same tradition when it comes to Lumia 1020. The Lumia 1020 is touted to have a 41-mega pixel rear shooter. The phone is rumored to be announced on July 11 in New York. A lot has been said and written about this Windows Phone 8 handset.
While there is enough proof available in regards to Nokia's forthcoming handset; yet another rumor has hit the web. This time around, few alleged camera samples of Lumia 1020 was uploaded on Flickr. The account belongs to Microsoft Windows Phone manager Joe Belfiore. The image samples suggest that Nokia Lumia 1020 indeed comes with bigger sensor.
In the meanwhile, WP Central has got its hands on press shots of EOS or Lumia 1020 to be precise. Going by the leaked shots, the phone is expected to arrive in three bold colors: Yellow, Black and White. The rear back of the device features large camera sensor complete with Xenon and LED Flash.
The report also sheds light on following specifications: 41-mega pixel rear facing camera with an ability to take images in 32MP and 5MP at the same time in 16:9 aspect ratio, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory , however, expandable memory could be missing, NFC, optional wireless charging back cover, among others. The optical image stabilization feature (OIS) will be built in.
The phone will have an F/2.2 camera lens, making its really supreme in nature. In the software department, Pro Camera app has been making noise for a very long time. This app will give users to change ISO, shutter speed, manual focus, flash and white balance.
Nokia continues to stay mum about the existence of Lumia 1020. Multiple reports suggest that the phone will hit US later this month followed by UK launch. The Finnish giant could announce company's next flagship device in India around Diwali. The makers behind Lumia 920 are already prepping to launch Lumia 925 in the next coming days. On the other hand, Nokia just launched their low cost Asha 501 in the Indian market for Rs. 5,199. Stay tuned to GizBot.