It appears that Nokia’s upcoming 41-megapixel smartphone (codenamed “EOS”) will carry the name “Lumia 1020.” This latest leak comes packaged with an even more interesting leak: new photos captured with the phone itself.
Two photographs apparently captured with the “Nokia Lumia 1020” have been uploaded to the Flickr account of Microsoft Windows Phone manager Joe Belfiore.
The first (shown above. Full res here) had the caption: “DONE! 3rd Marathon in 3 Countries in 6 months! WOO HOO!” It’s a 2352×1568 photograph that weighs in at about 3.7 megapixels. Settings were: ISO 100, 1/270s shutter speed, and an aperture of f/2.2.
Here’s a 100% crop showing the level of detail in the photo:
Settings were ISO 100, 1/250s, and f/2.2. Here’s a 100% crop:
Although the 1020 reportedly has a 41-megapixel sensor at its core, it will likely offer the same kind of pixel-condensing feature that the 41MP 808 PureView does, combining pixels for a smaller, but clearer, photograph.
If the “facts” floating around are true, then we will be seeing an official announcement of this photo-centric phone at a press event in NYC this Thursday.
(via The Verge)
Image credits: Photographs by Joe Belfiore