The Verizon Nokia Lumia 928 was spotted at a private event, a special concert which saw performance by Ed Sheeran and was hosted by Nokia.
The Nokia Lumia 928 is a device which has not even been confirmed by Nokia let alone it being featured on a particular carrier. So, when it was reported that the device was seen at a private concert which has been hosted by Nokia, it did lead to a lot of raised eyebrows.
The Nokia Blog’s Mark Guim wrote, “I talked to some tech bloggers, fashion bloggers, and culture bloggers. Many of them were given Nokia Lumia 920 smartphones to check out, take photos and shoot videos.”
If this was the case it would have been ok. Mark saw a particular device on a number of tripods, monopods, and on the hands of many people. It matched exactly the rumored description of the Nokia Lumia 928 complete with the Xenon Flash. Mark felt that the event was stage managed to allow it to be filmed with a number of Nokia Lumia 928 Devices. The recording could be used for the promotion of the Lumia 928 whenever it is launched.
The Lumia 928 is rumored to be the next flagship of the Finnish company is rumored to feature a 4.5 inch screen with a density of 334 ppi. It will have 32GB of internal storage with no provision of microSD card slot. The device will be powered by a dual-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with a speed of 1.5 GHz. The device also boasts 2 GB of RAM and wireless charging abilities. The device will also be the first Lumia device to feature the Xenon Flash technology. The device is rumored to record 1080p video recording at 30 frames per second. It will also feature a 2000mAh battery.
Both Microsoft and Nokia have not confirmed any details about the Lumia 928, Nokia has however confirmed a Lumia Event on 14th may in London. According to Bloomberg, the Lumia 928 is scheduled to arrive this month to Verizon Wireless. Earlier Bloomberg had hinted that the Lumia 928 will be released at CTIA wireless conference. However, now it is clear that something big is going to happen on May 14th. Nokia has even sent invitations which reads “see what’s next,” and outright declares that the “Nokia Lumia Story Continues.”