Consumers might be interested in knowing when Nokia will announce Lumia 1020 in India. Well, Nokia is yet to communicate the exact release date of Lumia 1020. Meanwhile, GizBot has spotted a rare deal on ebay India. Guess, what? The Nokia Lumia 1020 is now available for Rs. 51,847 on ebay.
It's one of the rear deals available and the price quoted by seller seems honest, considering the device will be flown from California, USA. We tried to find similar offers on other leading online sites, but unfortunately no one is offering Lumia 1020 at the moment.
While a listing on Homeshop18 says that the Nokia Lumia 1020 is expected to be announced in the last week of August. Take this listing as a pinch of salt. On the other hand, the device has been tagged as "Coming soon "on Nokia India website.
It is seen that Nokia always introduced its high-end range in UK first, followed by India and others. Rumors say that Nokia UK is all set to introduce Lumia 1020 on September 5 at £599.99 (Rs. 56,526).
In fact, it is way cheaper to get same model from India rather than buying directly from U.K. It is recommended to check shipping and payment details before confirming the purchase from ebay.
Nokia Lumia 1020 - Highlighted specifications
The Lumia 1020 is flagship WP8 handset by Nokia. The device was announced last month in New York City. The phone has a 41-mega pixel camera sensor with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), and ZEISS optics with a 6-lens design, all packed in slim trip package.
The phone boasts of a 4.5-inch AMOLED WXGA display giving resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. It features 1.5 GHz dual -core Snapdragon S4 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory. Nokia has come up with new camera UI known by the name of Nokia Pro app.
As mentioned above, the rear back camera is insane at 41MP with Auto Focus and LED Flash light. There's a 1.2-mega pixel wide angle front facing camera. The handset supports 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, NFC and a 2000mAh Li Ion battery. The Lumia 1020 supports Wireless-charging and more. Stay tuned to GizBot.