Nokia Lumia 928 image surfaces on Twitter

Nokia Lumia 928 image surfaces on Twitter
Nokia Lumia 928 has been spotted on Twitter via the infamous @evleaks.

The Twitter user has posted a picture of what he claims will indeed be the final look of the smartphone. From this picture it appears that the Nokia Lumia 928 will come with a PureView camera along with Xenon Flash. Earlier rumours had suggested that Lumia 928 will come with an aluminium casing but later it was pegged that it will be Nokia EOS or Catwalk that will opt for the same. Even in this picture it appears that Nokia Lumia 928 will come with a polycarbonate body much like the Lumia 920 (Review | Pictures).

Nokia Lumia 928 is being touted as the slimmer and lighter version of the currently flagship smartphone Nokia Lumia 920. As per some news reports the Lumia 928 is expected to be 10.2mm thin.

Other rumoured specifications for Lumia 928 include 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display, which is allegedly been made by Samsung. The display will have 768x1280 pixels resolution. Nokia Lumia 928 is expected to come with a 8.7-megapixel PureView camera just like the Lumia 920. Nokia Lumia 928 will allegedly come with 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and 2,000mAh battery. Reports also indicate that Nokia Lumia 928 will come in White, Black, Red and Cyan colour options.

GSMArena via is reporting that Nokia will be unveiling its Lumia 928 on April 25. The website further goes on the claim that this smartphone will be available exclusively through telecom operator Verizon and will be available in the market from either May 2 or May 9. May 2 is an interesting date for Lumia 928 to be available as it is the same date on which AT&T exclusive contract for Nokia Lumia 920 will end.

It remains unclear whether Nokia Lumia 928 will come to other markets outside US, and indeed what will be the pricing.

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