Nokia has launched the Lumia 1020 smartphone with 41 megapixel, aimed at delighting another segment of the Nigerian market. The Lumia 1020 is being launched in the Nigerian market in partnership with Etisalat Nigeria and the national carrier of the
According to the company, the Lumia 1020 is an improved version of the Nokia 808 Smartphone, which the company launched in 2012. The Nokia Lumia 1020 runs on windows 8 operating system. Its 41-megapixel camera sensor combines with Xenon flash, focus assist light and Nokia's Pro Cam app to make it the most advanced and powerful camera Smartphone.
Speaking to customers during the launch of the device, renowned Nigerian photographer,
The device is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 4.5-inch 1280x768 (334 ppi) AMOLED display, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage and a 2000MAh non-removable battery. It also supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and support for 4G LTE network.
"In addition to having great experiences while using the device, we have partnered Etisalat Nigeria to provide customers with seamless experiences while using the device so that they can enjoy fantastic bonuses on the network and get airtime of up to N37,000 when they recharge N10,000 on the easyflex 5000 2 for 1 offer.
We have also partnered
Speaking at the launch event, Director Retail sales at Etisalat Nigeria,
The Lumia 1020 follows in the footsteps of the Nokia 808 PureView phone, which was the first phone to sport a 41MP sensor. That phone was one of the last Nokia phones to run the Symbian OS, while the Lumia 1020 is a Windows Phone.
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