The Nokia Lumia 928 is a debatable handset. There has been no confirmed report so far that promises how the device looks and whether the specifications outshine the Nokia Lumia 920 or not. Interestingly, this report (via ETrade Supply) shed light on the display technology in the Lumia 928. Going by the images, the Lumia 928 will have a 4.5-inch AMOLED display rather than plain IPS display used in the Nokia Lumia 920. There is a micro phone embedded beneath Windows logo on the front panel. The device looks slimmer, and taller than the Nokia Lumia 920.
It should be 5mm taller than the Lumia 920. The handset also flaunts Verizon logo, which is said to be an exclusive handset sold by US –based network operator. Multiple reports suggest that the Nokia Lumia 928, a variant of Lumia 920, is said to be knock retail shelves at the end of this month. The folks over at neither Nokia nor Verizon have accepted the existence of the device. Few days ago Twitter sensation @evleaks hints at the first alleged look of the Lumia 928. The device indeed looks very similar to the current hot seller Lumia 920 in terms of design.
Here are the specifications of the Lumia 928, which are currently swirling on the internet:
Few days ago, a tweet from Italian developer Flavio reveals the alleged specs of the Nokia Catwalk. According to Flavio, the Nokia Lumia 928 Catwalk will come with a 4.5 inch octaOLED display with resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 8.7MP rear camera with PureView technology as in Lumia 920 and a non-removable 2,000 mAh battery.
“ Beautiful phones are coming “ , as per Stephen Elop, Nokia's CEO, the Finnish giant is working to craft few more handsets that will compete with likes of Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One , and the Sony Xperia Z. Once a leader in the mobile telephony business; the Finnish giant – Nokia has list its prestige position to Samsung among others. Has Nokia made a big mistake by joining hands with Microsoft? What if Nokia said yes to Google , and used Android to power up Lumia range ? Stay tuned to GizBot.