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NOKIA LUMIA WITH 41 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA

Targetting camera aficionados, Nokia India today unveiled its much-anticipated 41 megapixel camera phone Lumia 1020, which will hit shelves on October 11. The price of the device will be disclosed on October 10 but as per estimates, it will be available in the range of Rs 47,000-Rs 48,000. It is currently selling in other markets for USD 800. The dual-capture feature of the phone allows to take a high resolution 38 megapixel image and also creates a 5 megapixel picture that can be shared on social networking sites.The device has an application called Nokia Pro Camera, which makes it easy for anybody to take professional quality images. The application allows users to click pictures first and then zoom later to get their desired shot.
The company now has 13 devices in the Lumia portfolio in India.
Lumia 1020 runs on Windows 8 and has 32 GB on board storage. The company has also tied up with Vodafone wherein the customers will get free 2GB of 3G data usage for two months. Customers will also get an application voucher worth Rs 1,000 with the phone.
"We have received extremely encouraging response for our Lumia range and believe that Nokia 1020 will further strengthen our leadership in imaging, which plays a important role in the lives of consumers today," said Nokia India Managing Director P Balaji.
"It is our premium smartphone and our target market is people who value great imaging experience. There are 50 per cent people who click pictures with their smartphones and a fraction of those are camera lovers, who are our target audience for this phone," Vipul Mehrotra, Nokia India, Middle East and Africa Director (smartphone devices) said.


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