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The Nokia Lumia 1020 is an incredible smartphone camera of 41 megapixel specifications and a refurbished zoom. The Lumia 1020 is a smartphone which keeps the camera first and five lucky winners can get their hand on the device along with a bonus of $200 in the form of contract towards AT&T. The sweepstakes is to end on September 16, 2013 and winners will be notified sometime around October 7.
The Lumia 1020 is a smartphone which has a camera which can be dubbed as just incredible. The camera of the Lumia 1020 is endowed with a 41-megapixel camera, Pure View technology, Optical Image Stabilization, and revolutionary zoom. The ‘Nokia Rich Recording’ is a feature which enables the user to take stunning HD video without any worry of sound distortion.
Looking at the Lumia 1020, it seems that everything is just right and the device has the specs and the features which will endear it to the consumers. However there are two major downside of the device –one is the size and another is the price.
Integration has become the buzzword and most of the premium smartphones have cameras but the problem with Lumia 1020 is that it is too large to be accommodated in a conventional smartphone. Nokia has come out with a jewel of a camera but it has not been able to completely miniaturize the device.
The second nagging problem with the Lumia 1020 is its price. At $299 along with a two year AT&T contract, the Lumia 1020 is expensive. The features of the Lumia 1020 are almost identical to the Lumia 920 minus the camera. But the Lumia 920 can be had for just $99.99 with AT&T and $49.99 at Best Buy. So it will be a very tricky question- Should I pay $200 for a camera? It will endear to those people who do not want to carry a separate camera around.
The Windows Phone is a great OS platform but it still needs to add on some more features like the photo-sharing apps you’d find on Android or iOS. The absence of editing option like the Snapseed and Camera+ will make the task a little difficult in spite of the premium quality image.