Though hasn't been officially announced, some websites have leaked images and dimensions of Nokia Lumia 928. Previously, the Nokia Lumia 928 has been rumored as a flagship Windows Phone for Verizon. Twitter user @evleaks posted renders of the front and back of the 920 variant, and outwardly it looks nearly the same as AT&T's.
From the image that leaked out, Lumia 928 looks like the Lumia 920. However this silver Lumia 920 which supports the rumors on the aluminum casing making it a lighter and slimmer smart phone compared to the Nokia Lumia 920 with the polycarbonate body.
With just the leaked images we are still not sure if the Nokia Lumia 928 has the ability to capture photographs in low-lighting conditions like the Nokia Lumia 920. Nokia proudly utilizes the PureView technology that enhances photographs taken in dark or low-light areas.
The Nokia Lumia 920 has 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 32GB of storage, and 1GB of RAM as the 920, which we expect to be in the Nokia Lumia 928 as well. However, the body should be a little thinner — at 10.2 millimeters compared to the 920's 10.7, and should feel lighter, as well. It should also ditch the 920's LCD display for a 4.5-inch OLED one, and support simultaneous voice and data over LTE. While Nokia CEO Steven Elop might not have wanted to answer questions about the phone on Finnish TV last month, electing to throw the host's iPhone across the room instead, guess we wouldn't have to wait long to get answers.
Microsoft and Verizon are said to be in the final stages of testing the Lumia 928, which includes the second General Distribution Release (GDR2) Windows Phone 8 update. The majority of the internals in the Lumia 928 are identical to that of the Lumia 920, including a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 32GB of storage, and 1GB of RAM. Expect to see the Lumia 928 unveiled as a 4G Verizon phone by the end of this month.
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