2Nokia Lumia 1020 Shifts the Smartphone Focus
3Nokia Pro Camera App
5What All Those Megapixels Get You
7PureView, Purely Nokia
When Nokia first introduced PureView, a marketing effort went sour when it was found to have been shot with professional equipment. Elop made clear throughout the 1020 event that everything being shown was pure Lumia. Elop said he took this photo of a moving boat while in a moving boat in Helsinki, Finland.
9Nokia Imaging SDK
Nokia also introduced an Imaging software development kit (SDK) that offers developers some of the technology Nokia uses in Smart Camera, Creative Studio and other imaging apps. Hipstamatic, Path, Yelp, CNN and Foursquare are a few of the developers that have already built apps for the Lumia 1020 using the Imaging SDK.
10Windows Phone 8 Inside
11Coming July 26 From AT&T
Elop said Nokia will work harder to train AT&T’s staff about its devices. AT&T will sell the Lumia 1020 for $299.99 with a two-year contract. AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega said Nokia—which he pushed to make the phone thinner—exceeded AT&T’s every expectation with the 1020. Everyone he shows the 1020 to has one word to say about it, he said: “Wow.”