What began as a simple appetizer has turned into an all-you-can-eat buffet. Following an accidental leak from earlier today, Nokia’s Lumia 1020 has again been outed—a revealing render and juicy specs—ahead of its alleged announcement this Thursday. At this point, there will be little left for Nokia to show when it takes the stage in a couple days.
Thanks to WPCentral, a nice little render and a handful of specs have leaked out, giving us a pretty complete picture of what the Lumia 1020 will be like when it finally launches. As the render suggests, the device will come in a trio of colors—yellow, white and black—and basically feature the same polycarbonate Lumia design we’ve seen over the past several months. We’ve already gotten a pretty good glimpse at what the device looks like, and this further confirms the 1020’s design.
Additionally, WPCentral claims the handset will feature 2GB of RAM, built-in OIS, 32GB of internal storage, NFC and the ability to shoot 38-megapixel photos in 4:3. It can also shoot 32-megapixel and 5-megapixel pictures simultaneously, and oversample that 5-megapixel camera by dropping 7 pixels into one “super pixel.” That added OIS combined with a f/2.2 aperture should produce exceptional results, both in low-light and normal lighting conditions—its camera will easily be the 1020’s flagship feature.
As far as the Pro Camera app, WPCentral says the software will allow users to tweak ISO, white balance, manual focus and shutter speed. We’re expecting the Lumia 1020 to be announced for AT&T on Thursday, with shipments going out as early as July 22. We’ll see if the 41-megapixel camera can deliver soon.