The Nokia Lumia 1020 has an incredible 41megapixel camera, runs Windows Phone 8 and is the most powerful Lumia ever made The 41megapixel sensor captures "details never thought possible from a smartphone". That means it takes super sharp 38MP photos and uses a process called "oversampling" to combine the pixels of an image into a smaller 5MP version from which it removes unwanted visual noise. Nokia have developed impressive camera software too called Nokia Pro Camera and Nokia Smart Camera. You can adjust a whole raft of camera settings to get the best shot possible and can even manual focus. Nokia hasn't deprived the Lumia 1020 of power and hardware when focusing on their Carl Zeiss optics. There's 2GB RAM, double the usual amount on built into the high-end Lumia devices (920 and 925), and a dual-core Snapdragon processor (1.5GHz) so it's fast and responsive. At 4.5 inches, the display is in between an i - Phone 5 (4 inch) and Samsung Galaxy S4 (5 inch). The HD (768 x 1280, 332ppi) screen uses Nokia's Clear - Black and Super Sensitive touch technologies so it's usable even in strong sunlight and with gloves on; it's also layered with tough Gorilla Glass 3. The 1020 has a polycarbonate unibody, much like the Lumia 920, and Qi wireless charging is an optional extra with the compatible snap-on covers.