Nokia Lumia 1020

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The Nokia Lumia 1020 can be augured as one of the best cell phones out there. Cell phones now days are used for everything, from text to talk, to your web surfer to of course your point and click camera. What you will find most amazing about this phone is the technology it comes packed with. The Lumia 1020 came out in 2013 and as many of you know technology runs rapid but with this phone even with a couple years past it is still one of the best phones out till this day. An average camera on a phone, even from then and now would be between 8-16 megapixels as for this phone it hits a whopping 41 megapixels. The brilliant camera has everything a pro-seeker is looking for with many options to critique your capture. When you zoom you see the lens zoom, when you capture a picture you actually hear the internal parts making that final clicking noise, unlike how most phones just imitate the noise with its built in speaker. Externally the camera is probably one of the first features you notice about the phone but what about the internal features? While most people have Google’s Android software or Apple’s IOS, the Nokia Lumia 1020 runs off of Windows 8. If you are one that needs to have what everyone else has then maybe the Lumia isn’t for you and getting the generic iPhone like the rest of the world is a much better path. But in all honesty having a navigator like Cortana from the video game Halo series sounds a lot cooler than Siri or Google Now, from helping you set agendas to even finding the quickest routes home, to even just messing around and asking her silly questions. From the reviews this phone has definitely proven itself and hopefully can catch your attention to go and checkout.

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