The Nokia Lumia928 is an upcoming device from Espoo, Finland based tech vendor. In the past few days, the craze surrounding the handset touched greater heights. The reason is simple; this very device could flaunt metal chassis. Yes, for the first time Nokia has planned a metal styled handset to strengthen its position in the respected mobile phone makers. Around the globe, everyone is Gaga over the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple's charming iPhone 5S. Nokia tried hard to bounce back with the Lumia 920 last year, but it went unnoticed, and unheard by main stream critics.
Now the Finland based maker wants to win back customers from Samsung and Apple, the current favorite vendor these days, especially, in the US market. Bloomberg has come up with an interesting report about the upcoming Nokia Lumia 928. The device could land up on US biggest carrier - Verizon network, as an exclusive. Earlier Nokia signed AT&T as an exclusive partner to sell the Lumia 920. The report further says that Verizon will unveil the so -called game changing handset next month.
The deal signed between the two parties, is yet to be made public. The Nokia Lumia 920 will be powered by Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 mobile OS. On the specifications side, the device will flaunt brushed metal exteriors, a 4.5-inch display, an 8-mega pixel rear camera (featuring PureView technology), and wireless-charging among others.
Nokia recently released its last quarter earnings. CEO Stephen Elop broke his silence about the handset ""expect to see another hero move" during this quarter.
Mr. Elop further said "The next hero move in the U.S. kicks off a season of new product introductions". "We have a lot of juice ahead as it relates to the Lumia product line." The US market is quite important for the Finnish giant, as there has been no significant change in its market share since 2001. Both Microsoft and Nokia are quite optimistic about the response got to WP8 in the developing world. Of lately, Nokia has announced the affordable Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 in the Indian market. Stay tuned to GizBot.