We’ve already told you that Verizon Wireless will get Nokia Lumia 928 later this year, most likely within a week or so. Previous information suggested it will have an aluminum body but that apparently won’t be the case, according the leaked images provided by EVleaks. Rather, the Lumia 928 will keep using polycarbonate though the phone’s body will be slightly thinner, dropping from 10.7 to 10.2 millimeters. The aluminum will have to wait for some future Nokia smartphone.
In addition, the Lumia 928 will also rock a Xenon flash in addition to the LED-based one. It’s safe to assume that the Xenon-based flash will be used for making even better photos in low-light conditions, while LED flash will be used for video recording. Moreover, the LCD screen will be replaced with an OLED-based one, and the device will ship with the second General Distribution Release (GDR2) Windows Phone 8.
Rest of the specs are the same, and include a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory, LTE connectivity support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and a microSD memory card slot. We should get all the details in the next few days (or weeks)…