Is there anything left for Nokia announce today? The launch of its Lumia 1020 flagship is now just hours away, but after weeks of endless leaks - and even seeing its full spec sheet laid bare yesterday - it seems that Nokia will be left with few surprises to reveal at the event.
The latest leak comes via The Verge, which has got its hands on a set of press images showing off the device from all angles. As previous reports indicated, there are only three colour options to choose from - black, white and yellow.
The handset looks thinner than it apparently is - at 10.4mm, it's only slightly slimmer than the Lumia 920 with which it shares its good looks, but a bit chunkier than the aluminium-bodied Lumia 925.
The Lumia 1020 is believed to weigh in at 158g, considerably lighter than the 920's 185g, but a bit heavier than the 925's 139g.
The camera is of course the star of the show, with a 41MP sensor, along with Xenon flash for photos and an LED flash for videos. Nokia is underlining the camera's capabilities through a new 'Pro Camera' app, featuring more granular options and settings than the default Windows Phone app, along with an optional 'Camera Grip' accessory (seen in the image above), which features a universal tripod mount and its own battery.
The Lumia 1020 is expected to include a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and 2GB of RAM - more than any other Windows Phone - along with 32GB of onboard storage. A 64GB version will apparently be offered exclusively on Telefónica's networks in Europe and Latin America.
Source and images: The Verge