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Last week, we celebrated the announcement of the Windows Phone Nokia Lumia 1020 by taking it to an outdoor concert. Only hours after it was introduced in New York City, the Lumia 1020 – with its 41 megapixel sensor and reinvented zoom – was high atop Seattle’s Space Needle to capture the KEXP broadcast of Sub Pop Records’ 25th anniversary, a history-making event. We were able to snap a few photos of the scenery for your enjoyment, and you’ll find them embedded below with no retouching or digital editing.
As you may know, the Lumia 1020 takes full-resolution photos while also providing a 5 megapixel oversampled version that is convenient for online sharing. The photos below demonstrate the fidelity and quality that these images are able to achieve. Be sure to click through for a full-res view.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is currently available for pre-order at the Microsoft Store.
I can't view the photos.. The SkyDrive folder appears to be empty..
We need higher resolution and SD card support in smartphones. Compare N1020 with S4 www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3
Nokia and Microsoft better hurry and launch Quad core, 450+ ppi, 2560x1600 resolution and 128GB SD card support.
Why is Microsoft waiting for others to support highest screen resolutions...Why being underdog in everything since Bill Gates left the chair!! Take the lead FTW!!
Too bad we don't have SD card in this mind-blowing giant !!
Dont know why the F stop was set as 2.2 for landscape shooting?
@vieya: Did it ever cross your mind that it may not be up to Nokia or MS? Maybe, just maybe you should be complaining to the people that don't want to purchase a Nokia phone for their network. Because I'm pretty sure Nokia is more than happy to sell them one.
Great. Now bring something like this to Sprint not just At&t. HTC has horrible service and Samsung's phone looks like they didn't even try. Sprint needs a Nokia phone. All the carriers already have 1 or possibly even 2 nokia phones what about Sprint?