| | 07-26-2013, 04:51 PM #1
I bought a 1020 from the Microsoft Store in Seattle today, along with at least a few other people who were activating phones along with me. I picked up the camera grip accessory which was free in the physical store just as it is in the online Microsoft Store. They also had the wireless charging cover in stock, but only in black.
As I've noted in the unboxings I've watched, the 1020 comes with a wrist strap. Interestingly, a wrist strap also came in the camera grip package. So I have an extra.
The promotional material with the phone includes an NFC card that opens up a Nokia website which has some pretty good information about the 1020 and using the Pro Cam app. Some users won't learn anything from it, but I found the videos helpful.
I watched Daniel Rubino's video about the Glance feature. Interestingly, the 1020 does not include the Peek option that he shows in the video. The only options are Off, Timed, and Always On. Timed runs for 15 minutes and does shut off when you cover the sensor such as by putting the phone in your pocket.
Microsoft includes a $10 credit for app purchases with the phone. I haven't heard if AT&T is doing that too.
I love my 920, but I've already become a big fan of the AMOLED screen on the 1020.
I took advantage of the free upgrade to 50GB of storage in the AT&T Locker app. This is the first AT&T app on a phone I haven't uninstalled.
I am looking forward to taking lots pictures and videos this weekend.