It's a flagship Windows phone! It's a groundbreaking photography device that could revolutionize imaging! Nokia's Lumia 1020, with its 41-megapixel "Pureview" lens, promised images that could send Canon and Nikon's executives into fits of panic. When we placed it in the hands of Brad Molen, he said that the results were "stunning" and being able to tweak the focus, ISO, shutter speed etc was a revelation. That's why we said the Lumia 1020 was the best Windows Phone device to date, and we've seen plenty of them being used out and about. The question we want to ask, however, is this: was jumping ship to Windows Phone for the 1020's imaging prowess worth it? If you upgraded from an earlier WP device, was it all you hoped of? Hop over to our forum (it's right here) and spill your brains.
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