Nokia’s newly announced Lumia 1020 takes smartphone photography to another level (again) with its 41MP PureView camera plus optical image stabilization (OIS). The cameraphone may only have a slight difference in sensor size with the Nokia 808 PureView, but its form factor is much slimmer and neater than the first PureView device. And to add insult to the dwindling point-and-shoot camera market, Nokia is releasing a camera grip for those who’d like to retain a compact camera experience with the Lumia 1020. The Nokia Camera Grip is clip to the back portion of the new Lumia for an easier photo shooting even with one hand. It comes with a two-stage shutter key, rechargeable 1020mAh battery for extra power, and a universal tripod mount below the grip. The Nokia Camera Grip is expected to become available this month with a price tag of around $80.