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UNCONFIRMED: Nokia Lumia 1020 / EOS Photo emerged showing Nokia Pro Cam Tile
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 04.07.13 - 10:41:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 3264x
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Are we seeing here the first real photo of a working Nokia Lumia 1020 aka EOS? According to always well informed @evleaks, the photo bellow is the 2013 "Nokia Lumia 1020 for AT&T". While the light reflexes around the bezel seems to make it a real device photo, the screenshot looks rather photoshopped since there's a small white gap around the Windows Phone Start screen and the rest of the screen/bezel. Nevertheless, maybe the screenshot was taken from the same device and added later to make it better looking. But the most important part is the "Nokia Pro Cam" tile which is expected to be Nokia's own camera app which supports the Lumia 1020 41 megapixel PureView camera.

However, I would say it's clear that this isn't a press shot at all, the contact photos look fewer stylish and also the flipping Facebook tile is unusual for a press shot. @evleaks hasn't provided any further info and therefore, for the moment it's all about rumors - only.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by Trnk on 04.07.13 - 11:54:25

Thank you for your assessment! I read on another site that it is press shot but I agree with you that it's photoshopped. But it still may be genuine. Let's see, definitely promising! Will you be in NYC?

Posted by Arne Hess on 04.07.13 - 20:11:49

No, I won't be in NYC.

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