Update: Well, that was quick. Looks like AT&T realised their mistake, and have pulled the videos from their YouTube channel. There's not long to go until the phone is officially announced, but until then, you can check out leaked press images of the device here.
It's official folks: there's nothing left to see at Nokia's Zoom Event later on today. Following a deluge of leaks, even AT&T has got in on the act, prematurely showing off the new device and its photographic capabilities in a few videos on its YouTube channel.
The 41-Megapixel camera is expected to offer lossless zoom to a certain degree and exceptional quality when it comes to filming and photography. The videos also mention the superior microphones that high-end Lumia phones come equipped with. All in all, this is pretty much it, as there's almost nothing left for Nokia to announce except actual availability.
These videos, which were published on AT&T's Youtube page, also confirm an earlier rumor that the phone would be available on AT&T's network, which is expected to offer the handset exclusively in the United States.
Source: AT&T ( Youtube )