Nokia Lumia 1020 is unlike any smartphone in the Egyptian market
Nokia today showcased during a roundtable the latest products in the Nokia Lumia range of devices, the Nokia Lumia 625, the Nokia Lumia 925 and a sneak peak to Nokia Lumia 1020. Hosted at the
Currently available for sale in the Egyptian market, the Lumia 625 and Lumia 925 offer Egyptians consumers a new experience for smartphone users that seek entertainment capabilities, sleek design and high speed internet connectivity. The new Nokia Lumia 925 offers a superlative imaging experience enabled by the world's most advanced lens technology, PureView camera and Nokia's next generation imaging software to deliver clearer, sharper pictures and video as well as enhanced low-light imaging – all packed in a suavely designed, slim and stylish metal-polycarbonate body. The Nokia Lumia 625 flaunts a large 4.7-inch super-sensitive LCD screen designed for a great entertainment experience, with the added impetus of an exclusive video content app offering access to a rich cache of over 3000 movies across
Florian Dadre, Head of Nokia Egypt commented on the rapidly changing smartphone market in
Setting a new benchmark in smartphone imaging, a sneak peak of the new Nokia Lumia 1020 was demonstrated boasting a second generation 41 megapixel sensor. Soon to arrive to the Egyptian market, Nokia Lumia 1020 is unlike any smartphone in the Egyptian market, reinventing zoom, enabling people to discover more detail than the eye can see. With Nokia’s innovative PureView technology, including optical image stabilization, the device is able to produce some of the sharpest images possible by any digital camera.
This is made possible by leading hardware technology combined with a new application called
The Nokia Lumia 1020's 41 megapixel sensor features leading ZEISS optics with six physical lenses, plus optical image stabilization, delivering crystal clear pictures even in low light conditions. It also captures blur free videos with stereo sound even at the loudest concerts thanks to Nokia Rich Recording, which handles sound pressure levels six times louder than conventional smartphone microphones.
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