Nokia is expected to unveil the Lumia 1020 on Thursday - but in the meantime tonnes of leaked information has steadily popped up about the 41-megapixel Windows Phone.

If the latest render from Windows Phone Central are indeed legit, Nokia will announce the Lumia 1020 in yellow, black and white colour options at its 11 July event in New York City. The handset will also reportedly ship with built-in optical image stabilisation, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

Read: Photos from Nokia Lumia 1020 revealed on Windows Phone executive's Flickr account

The Lumia 1020 - which received its first moniker confirmation on Monday via leaked Exif data on Flickr - has previously gone by the codename EOS and others. Today's report further claims it will have an F/2.2 lens: the same aperture that showed up in the leaked Flickr images.

The camera phone will allegedly also sport the Xenon flash that was previously rumoured. The Lumia 1020 is said to be Nokia’s biggest leap into mobile photography, with Windows Phone brawn of course.