Nokia's Lumia 1020 - the Windows Phone with a mighty 41-megapixel camera - will reportedly reach 'end of life' status on September 14, 2014, just fourteen months after its launch in July 2013.
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Nokia has announced the launch of its new 3310 with PureView, based on the beloved Nokia 3310 that sold over 125m units. The new device includes a 41MP camera, 2GB of RAM, 3in display and Snake II.
With its extraordinary 41-megapixel camera, Nokia says that "nothing else comes close" to its Lumia 1020 - but is the flagship Windows Phone worth a closer look, or should you be looking elsewhere?