The device’s specifications will share a number of similarities with the Lumia 920 as it will also have a WXGA screen resolution. Additionally, it may have the same 8.7 megapixel camera. From the image on the FCC listing though, it appears that this device will look somewhat different from the although the aluminum casing may still be retained for the Catwalk.
When the Nokia 928 makes its debut, Verizon will market it as its flagship device. This would be a change for the carrier, which currently only has the middling Nokia 822.
Those who did not make the switch to AT&T, but liked the Nokia 920 will be looking forward to the Nokia 928. There is also a chance that Verizon will position this as a “Droid alternative” and a way for the Windows Phone to capture more of the U.S. market.
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