By Anton D. Nagy | July 11, 2013 9:20 AM
Update: A leaked screenshot apparently tries to depict the Nokia Pro Camera application (or at least we think it’s an app and not a Camera lens). As you can see, it has a dial-like interface, apparently.
Less than two hours to go until Nokia’s ZOOM event happens in New York where we expect the 41-megapixel goodness to be unveiled. We already had some Nokia Lumia 1020 specs being leaked today and now we’re seeing some official Nokia Lumia 1020 press renders, also leaked, of the soon-to-become-official device.
Above and below is what the Nokia Lumia 1020 will use as its main shooter. A 41-megapixel PureView backside-illuminated sensor with Zeiss optics and a six-lens construction. The xenon flash, like on the 808 PureView, will fire whenever the camera needs light for stills, and the LED flash will light up for illuminating objects while recording video (and probably for assisting focus).
As a bonus, you can see a video below of the device from AT&T. Now, all we need is the official event to start!