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Nokia Takes Smartphone Cameras to Whole New Level

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26 September 2013

Nokia Takes Smartphone Cameras to Whole New Level
41-Megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 launches exclusively on Telecom’s mobile network

Rich and professional quality images can now be captured on a smartphone thanks to the launch of the 41-megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020, available on the Telecom Smartphone Network today.

Exclusive to Telecom, the Nokia Lumia 1020 boasts a 41-megapixel camera sensor, optical image stabilisation and a high-resolution zoom that allows its user to capture images rich in detail and sharp in clarity.

Users of the Windows 8 smartphone can easily upload and share photos on social media thanks to dual capture, a built in camera feature. This feature takes two images simultaneously, one at a high resolution of 38-megapixels and one at 5-megapixels, the latter being ideal for upload to social media sites.

The Nokia Lumia 1020 is 4G ready and will be available to Telecom customers in colours black, white and yellow on a range of Telecom mobile plans.

Customers can purchase the Nokia Lumia 1020 by going to or by visiting their nearest Telecom store.

Pricing and Product Specifications of the Nokia Lumia 1020

$149 upfront on a 24-month Telecom Smartphone plan $139 per month
Prepaid $1149 RRP

Processor1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4
Display 769px width, 1,80px height, 3.5-inch 16M colours
Main CameraPureView 41 MP with optical image stabilisation, Resolution: 7712 x 5360. Includes Nokia Pro Camera. Xenon flash for still images, LED flash for video
Front-facing cameraHD 1.2 MP wide angle
Operating System Windows Phone 8
ConnectivityBluetooth® (3.0)


Memory32GB internal memory
Dimension71.4mm (width) x 129mm (height) x 10.9 mm, 152g
Battery10.3 hours talk time, Li-ion 200mAh
ColoursBlack, White, Yellow

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