Is Nokia's new Lumia 1020 your next business phone?
Maybe, maybe not: we don't really know yet.
Ahead of the formal announcement in New York on Thursday, details are leaking about the Finnish company's latest device for the U.S. market.
Here's what we know:
Its differentiating feature will be a camera. Nokia gave us "41 million reasons to zoom in" a few weeks ago, and the company in February introduced a 41-megapixel camera. That was followed by a Guardian report saying it would be taking that tech to Windows Phone handsets. So.
That camera has a shutter and everything, per this unconfirmed video evidence.
It will be on AT&T, according to the first of the two previous links.
It will have a 4.5-inch display and quad-core microchip, according to The Telegraph.
It will come in white, yellow and black colors, according to Windows Phone Central.
Its codename is "Elvis" and was previously and alternately dubbed the 909 and EOS, per the previous link. (You might say it's all shook up. Ahem.)
It features optical image stabilization, an FM radio, near-field communication tech, 2GB of memory and 32GB of non-expandable flash storage, per the previous link. Oh, and wireless charging will be an option.
Its camera "takes the image in 32MP and 5MP at the same time in 16:9," according to Windows Phone Central, and "shoots 38MP in 4:3."
The 1020 needs to be a hit to keep the Lumia momentum, according to the company's previous quarterly figures.
Our own Matt Miller is going to buy one. What else did you expect?