Update: The show is now over, but if you've missed it, here's your chance to watch the replay of the event that officially lifted the veil off the latest Lumia 1020 camera phone.
We've already covered all the details about the phone and its availability, but it's still worth watching Stephen Elop, Nokia's CEO, presenting the thing on stage.
Still, it would be nice to Nokia's presentation as the leaks are bound to have missed a salient detail or two and they tell us nothing of Nokia's plans for the future. Will the Lumia 1020 be a one-off superiority device or the first model of many?
We're on site in New York, ready for the #ZoomParty that Nokia has been promising, so we'll be back with more details and live photos on the new flagship.
Good camera, good hardware + good OS inside..
Samsung does have most of the best hardware yes. However to say Nokia is behind Samsung and especially Sony in mobile cameras is utterly ridiculous! Nokia since PurView has been on top for a while now. However Samsung has always been their main ...