Leaked press images reveal Nokia Lumia 1020 in all its glory

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, its 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 920s 185g, but a bit heavier than the 925s 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 cameras 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 Telefónicas networks in Europe and Latin America.

Source and images: The Verge

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