Few days back, Nokia unveiled its much awaited Lumia 1020 41MP camera phone. One of the main features that I think is missing in Nokia Lumia 1020 is the microSD card support. Majority of people who will buy this phone will be photography enthusiasts, and 32GB space is not enough if you capture too many photos (even a for a normal user). If you are thinking of getting yourself a Nokia Lumia 1020 and want to know if there is a 64GB version, the answer is ‘Yes’, and it will also be available on Windows Phone Store.
The screenshot below shows that there will be a 64GB variant of the device as well. One of the benefits of buying the device via Microsoft Store with a 2-year AT&T contract is that you will receive a free Nokia Camera Grip that costs $79. The grip is equipped with a 1020 mAh battery which makes it easier to snap the photos.
If you don’t know, the pre-orders will start from 16th July, so mark your calendars as the stock is limited in Microsoft’s inventory and with a free Nokia Grip Case, I think it’s a deal you cant miss if you are planning on buying the phone. Are you getting yourself a Nokia Lumia 1020? Why? Share your views in the comments below.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News, Top News