Nokia Lumia 1020 has its insides listed, showing all the magic inside
Nokia has only recently announced the Lumia 1020, but we've already known the new Windows Phone was on the way for some time. Now the smartphone has had its insides revealed in a component breakdown chart, published over at WindowsMania.pl.
Everything's present, as expected. It's interesting to see all the parts that make up the camera, as well as how Nokia has managed to pack everything into the familiar design.
We'll have more content for the Lumia 1020 in the coming weeks, so be sure to remain tuned to our feeds. If you require more information beforehand, you could always check out the user manual over on the Nokia US website.
Source: WindowsMania.pl; thanks to everyone who tipped us, as well as Cyberdim for the user manual!
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.
I think the 1020 is going to stay as is for a year while the new models will have upgraded specs with bits of the camera tech then in a years time the EOS2 will surface with even better camera tech plus all the other hardware upgrades.
5" not 5' :)
Any news about gdr 2 and amber arrival ?
Lumia 1020 is indeed a monster...
And then, when you get to the comments, I encountered a truely unqiue flame war: people who like the 1020/WP; zealous defenders of the Nokia 808 who view the 1020 as worthless would-be usurper; the Android camp; and those who think all smartphone cameras are junk and nothing but a Nikon DSLR is a real camera. This is a true four way battle with pretty everyone hating everything they don't own. I was interested that there were really no Apple defenders involved when I checked
I really wish Nokia would abandon the exclusive business model and release the same phone on all carriers. That would really boost the third party accessory market.