It seems that after all the leaks of the Nokia Lumia 928, the Finnish company has probably had enough and has decided to tease us on an almost daily basis until the official announcement on the 14th of May. Once again, Nokia does not refer to this device as the Lumia 928, but rather the “new” Nokia Lumia, which we guess we all know is the Lumia 928 to begin with. In any case a new video has been uploaded by Nokia and once again, it pretty much shows off the phone’s pretty amazing video capabilities, which according to the video’s description, is hoping to change the perception that some people have that smartphones don’t have the video quality to make cinematic work.


To prove the naysayers wrong, Nokia took the phone to the Squamish valley in British Columbia, attached it to a remote controlled helicopter, and took it for a ride in a bid to film as many scenic shots as they could.  Taking into account the fact that a remote controlled helicopter can hardly be called the most stable of things, the video also shows off the phone’s built-in stabilization, which we have to admit is pretty impressive. So, with all these videos, anyone planning on picking up a Lumia 928 upon its release?

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