Even though Nokia has not made it official, the Nokia Lumia 928 is the same device that is being popularly sold as Nokia 920 throughout the world. However, it has got some new features onboard. The design of the Nokia Lumia 928 is slightly different than the Lumia 920 as it sports an angular design.
Verizon is going to release the Nokia 928 on May 16th. Verizon Wireless is selling the Nokia 928 for $99.99 on a contract period of two years after a $50 mail-in reimbursement. Buyers will be able to take advantage of $25 credit for buying Windows Phone apps for a limited time period.
Like other phones belonging to the Lumia family from Nokia, the Nokia Lumia 928 houses 8.7MP PureView camera which is the same one available on the Lumia 920. It comes with a xenon flash which you won’t find in the AT&T’s phone. The stunning camera is capable of shooting 1080p videos and photos of breathtaking quality. Even in low-lighting conditions, the camera is capable of producing stunning photos and videos. The xenon flash which is an added feature will improve the picture quality even more.
The microphone present on the Lumia 928 makes sure you record clear audio with 1080p HD video. It has got three high-audio-amplitude recording microphones which lets you to record high quality and distortion-free audio even in busy environments. The on-board speaker is capable of producing crystal clear sound at up to 140db.
It runs on the stable version of the Windows Phone 8 operating system. Some of the other features of the Nokia Lumia 928 include OLED Gorilla Glass display which measures 4.5 inches. It supports display resolution of up to 1280 x 768 pixels. The Lumia 928 is powered with 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 4G LTE internet connectivity, Bluetooth pairing, in-built wireless charging and also supports NFC.
The Lumia 928 has got host of Nokia apps onboard such as City Lens, Nokia Music and Here Drive+. It also comes with 7GB cloud storage space with SkyDrive software from Microsoft. The $99.99 price sounds very affordable and it costs $100 less than the S4. The $99.99 price makes this phone the Lumia 928 the most cheaply priced high-end smartphone from Verizon. Windows Phone OS may not be having plenty of options available when it comes to installing apps but it is trying its best to compete with iOS and Android.