Microsoft's latest video shows off the Nokia Lumia 1020 with OneDrive and Instagram
The Nokia Lumia 1020 may be ending sales in a few months, but that doesn't stop Microsoft from featuring the imaging powerhouse in their latest video. The main message in the video is that you can take great photos, access them from your favorite devices, and share them with the people who matter most. In addition to the 41-megapixel cameraphone, Microsoft also features OneDrive and Instagram.
The description in Microsoft's latest video includes a link to a photography page http://(microsoft.com/en-us/discover/photography/ (opens in new tab). It explains how you can pair a Windows Phone device like the Nokia Lumia 1020 with OneDrive and Instagram to keep and share memories, virtually wherever you are.
In the Lumia 1020, you'll find a 41-megapixel image sensor with Carl Zeiss optics. The massive amount of of pixels lets users oversample photos or obtain lossless zoom. It's the phone for people who love cameras. You can read our full review of the Nokia Lumia 1020 for more details.
After taking a photo with the Nokia Lumia 1020, the main actor can be seen accessing his photos through OneDrive, which of course, is accessible on other devices such as the Surface Pro 3. When your photos, videos, and documents are stored on OneDrive, they are always with you as long as you are connected to the Internet.
Microsoft's video also prominently shows off Instagram Beta. The actor uploads one of his photos using the popular service. With Instagram, you choose a picture, use a filter to enhance it, and then share. It's that easy. You can also share your photos on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Foursquare right from the app. The app is still currently beta, and we're still anxiously waiting for video upload support to come.
What do you think of Microsoft's latest video? Sound off in the comments!
Source: Microsoft (opens in new tab)
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just when they decide to put 1020 to EOL status. IMMA BITCHIN'!!! YES! :p i still love WP though.
Do they hope Instagram finally decides to update their app with this amount of free publicity? Honestly I think it is embarrassing, especially since there are more photo sharing communities out there.