Nokia Lumia 928 is the next big thing from Nokia and it will be coming to Verizon, in the US, on the 16th of May. The phone will be carrying Windows 8 and has already been announced on the official Nokia blog.
The biggest assets of the new Nokia Lumia 928 are focusing on imaging and on phone performance. Just to name a few of the imaging characteristics the phone will have are an 8.7 megapixel sensor, Optical Image Stabilization and a Carl Zeiss lens. We especially like the Optical Image Stabilization characteristic since it means good pictures even with shaky hands or when moving.
To the above, add a powerful Xenon flash that can give you all the light you need if you want to take pictures in not so bright or dark locations.
The Nokia Lumia 928 will also have the capability to capture 1080p HD video, among other things.
The phone’s display will be 4.5-inch, made of OLED Gorilla Glass, which will actually extend from edge to edge, making the phone look very sleek and cool. This, in fact, is a WOW factor for the phone.
According to Nokia, the phone is perfect for the summer since the screen is easily readable even under bright sunlight and the touchscreen is responsive and works as normal even if your fingers are covered up (hopefully not with sand).
The Nokia Lumia 928 can be charged wirelessly using the Nokia Wireless Charging Pillow.
Out of the box software will include the HERE suite of services, which include pretty much everything you need while travelling or exploring a new place. Such services are HERE Maps, HERE Drive+ and HRE City Lens.
The Nokia Lumia 928 can be purchased from Verizon and will cost $99, after a $50 mail in rebate. A two-year contract is required though for buying the phone.
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