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Nokia and AT&T might switch the off button on the Lumia 1020

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Man, I sure do love my Lumia 1020, not only its ease to use, but it also 41MP camera. That pump in the back lets you know, it means business. And I still recommend for anyone with the need for a high-end camera on your smartphone. One thing though, if you do not have it yet, run, because it is not long until the phone with that Oreo on the back stop being on the retail shelves store.

Although the handset bears the decent 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 with the Adreno 225 GPU, as well as 2GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage, it is time for a refresh. I mean, battery, processor and the memory are in desperate need for an upgrade, and Nokia knows that. So, according to @evleaks, the device will no longer be available starting September 14, the company will stop manufacture the handsets and move on to its next project. If this is accurate, we could see a reveil of new device soon, perhaps at IFA, also happens early September. But what is this new device? McLaren maybe?

Source:  @evleaks

Via: phoneArena



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