Nokia’s latest Lumia edition has a tough polycarbonate body and sports a screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The rear end of the device differs from rest of the phones in the Lumia family due to the 41-megapixel camera. However, the camera’s bulge does not make the phone look too bulky.

Lumia 1020 is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 2GB RAM and features the Windows Phone 8 Amber update.

Lumia 1020 packs in a 41 mega-pixel PureView camera boasting of six physical lenses rear camera along with a 1.2 mega-pixel front-facing camera. The dual-capture feature of the smartphone allows users to take a high resolution 38 megapixel image and also creates a 5 megapixel picture that can be shared on social networking sites.

Lumia 1020 comes with a pre-loaded 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.

In an attempt to perk up the hardware, Nokia failed to impress with the software. The default camera app on the Lumia 1020 is Nokia Pro Cam that seems to be lacking a few options found in the year-old Nokia.