The Nokia Lumia 928 is a new Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone. Lumia 928 comes with a 8.7 Megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar 26mm (eq.) f/2.0 lens.
The new Nokia Lumia 928 features wireless charging, optical image stabilisation, a xenon flash for stills, a LED light for movies, and 1080p Full HD video capture at 30 frames per second. Also front facing camera comes with a 1.2-megapixel sensor and 720p video.
The Windows 8 smartphone Lumia 928 comes with a 4.5-inch OLED display, which has a 1280 x 768 display with 334PPI, the same as the Lumia 920.
In the USA, the Nokia Lumia 928 is exclusive to Verizon Wireless for just $99.99 on a two-year agreement. The sales of the new Lumia 928 will start on two days after Nokia’s event on May 16th.
Nokia Lumia 928 Specs
Display: 4.5 inch WXGA HD OLED; Resolution 1280 x 768, Aspect Ratio 15:9, Pixel Density 334 ppi; ClearBlack display, Sunlight Readability Enhancement (SRE), High Brightness Mode (HBM); Luminance 300 nits (nominal max), 500 nits (High Brightness Mode); Color depth 24 bit, 16M colors, refresh rate 60Hz; Super-sensitive capacitive touch enables interacting with the display with gloves and long fingernails; Display active area: 58.37 mm x 97.28 mm; 2.5D Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2
Battery: Integrated 2000mAh battery, Li-po, BV 4-NW
Processor:1.5GHz dual core, Qualcomm MSM8960+WTR
Main Camera: PureView 8.7MP Auto Focus with Carl Zeiss Tessar f/2.0, 26mm True 16:9 optics, 1.4 sensor; Optical Image stabilization; Xenon Flash for Still Images, 1.4 sensor; Optical Image stabilization; Xenon Flash for Still Images; LED for Video; HD 1080p Video Capture @ 30 fps
Front facing camera: 720p HD video and 1.2MP still images
Memory: 1 GB RAM; 32GB internal memory (formatted capacity is less); 7GB free in SkyDrive with additional storage via subscription
Nokia Lumia 928 with PureView Camera
Nokia has uploaded a new video which compared the low light and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) capabilities of the phone with Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3. Nokia 928 can handle extremely low light and has good image stabilization.