Nokia's new Lumia 920 debuted just one short week ago, but already the company has come under quite a bit of flack for misrepresenting the phone's capabilities.
Whether intentional or not, both still shots and video footage used in demonstrations for the phone - and that Nokia claimed to have taken with the Lumia 920 - were found to be doctored or faked completely.
Though the clips and photos were meant to be a showcase for the Lumia's PureView camera, the footage was closely examined by The Verge, and a third-party cameraman's reflection was spotted in the sizzle reel.
While Nokia has taken steps to find out how such a massive transgression could have occurred, they're keeping rather tight-lipped about the sanctions levied against the persons responsible.
In a statement released today, Nokia stated, "Today, we concluded the internal investigation, and our findings confirm that poor judgment was exercised in the use of the materials."
"As a result, we have taken appropriate action."
Even though Nokia admits to "poor judgment" when it came to releasing the ill-conceived footage, the miscue portrays a lack of confidence in not just their latest Windows Phone 8 device, but also their proprietary camera.
Hopefully, enough time will have passed that the company can put this incident behind them, and focus on making the Lumia launch a success.