All right, what you see above is not the aluminum Nokia Lumia 928 that was purported to be launched by the Finnish smartphone manufacturer, but rather, the vanilla Lumia 920 for illustration purposes only. What we have heard on the grapevine, however, does bode for some very interesting times ahead for fans of the Lumia 920, as an aluminum variant seems to be in the pipeline and Verizon will be the mobile carrier of choice in the US to feature the aluminium Nokia Lumia 928, which has also been tipped to arrive with a Xenon flash for better images in low light conditions, pitch black ones even.


Word has it that the alleged aluminum Lumia 928 from Verizon will come with a 4.5″ OLED display, measuring 10.2mm at its slimmest point that is accompanied by a slightly curved back, in addition to support for Simultaneous Voice with LTE. Perhaps this might very well be the rumored EOS, but no one really knows until an official announcement is made. Some quarters have called this to be an upgrade to the Lumia 920 on Verizon, what do you think?

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