The black version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 is made from the recycled polycarbonate. So, is it an an eco-friendly version?
You can pop in more aps on your screen without having to scroll down. It seems to make good sense on a big screen
It has a 20-megapixel camera
With "enhanced sensor" and optical imaging stabilisation
There's a new Nokia Camera app -- it combines the Smart, Pro and video modes from the 1020, and pops it into one app
The Lumia 1520 has a 20 megapixel camera and is claimed to have an improved sensor.
We're being taken through the app now
She's taking a picture of a camel now. Not a real one, obviously, that would just be silly.
A little button at the top of the screen lets you quickly flick through different scene modes
One person starts to clap. They've made it awkward.
You can see all manual controls on screen too. They're in rings that you can swipe through, much like you might have done on the Lumia 1020
The camel is being used to show off the focus shift.
The high resolution allows for digital zoom without loss of quality. A zoom in on the camel's face shows how it works.
Nokia Story Teller is a new aplication that automatically integrates your pictures with HERE Maps information
The Story Teller app collects photos from a place into a 'set'.
Zoom out of the photo and it will show you exactly where on the map it was taken
There are four microphones on the 1520
Nokia reckons it'll give rich audio, directional stereo audio
A video demonstration has a saxophone man walking around the camera.
Head back into the map view and you can see exactly where you've taken photos as well as see 'points of interest' that it pulls from the Here Maps database. In this case, it suggested the Louvre museum.
Here Maps also gives business details like opening hours, directions and user reviews.
There's 32 GB of on board memory .....AND it has an external SD card slot. Hooray!
Vine is coming to Windows Phone 8 too! Six-second clips of your cats sold separately.
The Lumia 1520 comes with 32GB memory on board. It also supports a microSD card up to 64GB.
Instagram is coming too. Those 20 megapixel photos will look brilliant with a 70's style filter slapped over it.
Stephen Alvarez, a National Geographic photographer is on stage to talk us through his use of Story Teller
"It's the mobile phone we now use to tell stories"