According to the latest reports, the Lumia 928 for Verizon will be available this April; which is next month. Good news for Verizon customers is that they wouldn’t have had to wait 6 months for an old phone. Lumia 928 is different from Lumia 920 in some key areas. Firstly it’s rumoured to be made out of metal. It will be much lighter and thinner than the 920; 10.2mm at its thinnest point with a slightly curved back. Lumia 928 will also come with a Xenon flash along with an LED one as well. The last time we saw a Xenon flash from Nokia was on the 808 PureView. Lumia 928 will come with a new 4.5-inch OLED screen of the same 720p resolution. The internal hardware remains mostly the same. No news on whether it will support wireless charging or not, although we can’t think of a reason why Nokia would opt out of it. The phone will also support simultaneous voice and LTE (SVLTE).
Looks like an interesting device. From the looks of it Nokia is looking to refine the Lumia 920 rather than come up with an entirely new device. The launch price is rumoured to be around $200 which pits it against the iPhone 5 and Samsung flagships.