2That Camera Is Stellar
What more can be said about the Lumia 1020’s camera other than that it’s extremely impressive? It’s equipped with a 41-megapixel camera that includes professional photography grade features and has the best clarity of any device on the market. In other words, it’s an outstanding addition to the smartphone.
3The Design Is Quite Nice
The Lumia 1020’s design might not be the very best on the market, but it’s definitely among one of the best new designs to hit the market. It comes with a nice, big display, a shiny bezel and the customer’s choice of yellow, white or black finish. Nokia is finally starting to realize that design matters greatly.
4It Has Microsoft’s Full Backing
Nokia’s mobile products have had the full support of Microsoft since the company started supporting Windows Phone. What that means is that Microsoft is putting plenty of cash and marketing might behind the Lumia 1020 to see it succeed. After all, if the handset succeeds, Microsoft will, too. It’s a win-win for customers and Nokia.
5App Support Is Strong
6The Screen Trumps the iPhone’s and That Matters
7Serious Talk Time
8Who Doesn’t Love Wireless Charging?
Nokia is one of the few companies to jump feet first into the wireless charging game. And as expected, the Lumia 1020 allows for full wireless charging. What that means is customers won’t need to worry about plugging the device into a wall outlet. Instead, they’ll simply need to put the handset on the charging station and walk away; the accessory will take it from there.
9Sticking With the Snapdragon
The Lumia 1020 comes with a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 4 processor. Thanks to that, the device should be fully capable of handling all video and gaming, and will easily respond to the applications running on the handset. The Snapdragon 4 is, as of this writing, the very best chipset on the market. And the Lumia 1020 is taking full advantage of that.
10Bring On the Near-Field Communication
Nokia’s Lumia 1020 comes with full support for near-field communication. So, whenever a customer wants to wirelessly transfer data from one device to another, it’s simple. Near-field communication hasn’t taken off the way some mobile market proponents had hoped, but it’s still a convenient way to transfer files.
11Full Support for Data Networks
Data networks are fully supported in the Lumia 1020. In fact, users will be able to connect to 2G, 3G and 4G LTE networks. The handset also supports any and all GSM and WCDMA networks. So no matter where a person is, he’ll be able to connect to a wireless network.