Nokia Lumia 928
The Nokia Lumia 928 is powered by an 1.5GHz dual-core Krait processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a 2,000mAh battery running Windows Phone 8. The screen is 4.5″ in diagonal with 768 x 1,280 pixels resolution. Last but not least, The Lumia 928 sports Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.
Excellent low-light camera performance.
Great call quality.
Slick updated design.
Stunning AMOLED display.
Great audio quality.
Integrated wireless charging
Big and bulky.
Fewer apps than Android and iOS.
Clumsy NFC sharing.
By Android Police on June 25, 2013
I didn't come away nearly as disappointed with Lumia 928 as I thought I would. That's probably pretty high praise for someone who has no desire whatsoever to switch from Android as a phone operating system. Windows Phone 8 has received plenty of...-
By GSMArena on June 09, 2013
The Nokia Lumia 928 really is a memorable character. Thanks to its top-end spec sheet (by Windows Phone 8 standards), headed by the hugely capable camera with xenon flash, the handset outshines every competitor, which runs Microsoft's mobile OS. The...-
By Ubergizmo on June 08, 2013
still very good) The Nokia Lumia 928 is a minor improvement over the Lumia 920, which we already thought was a solid Windows Phone 8 device. The improvements Nokia made with the Lumia 928 are slight and certainly make this a better device, but...-
By MobileBurn on June 07, 2013
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. Nokia Lumia 928 Nokia all but starved the U.S. market of its high-end Windows Phone 8 launch device. The Nokia Lumia 920 satisfied AT&T subscribers, but smartphone seekers on other carriers like Verizon...-
By PC Advisor on June 04, 2013
The Nokia Lumia 928 is a budget Windows Phone 8 smartphone that doesn't stand out from the company's other recent mobile offerings . The bad news for us UK users is that as things stand it will be available only in the US. The good news is that...60
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on June 03, 2013
The Nokia Lumia 928 is excellent for capturing images in low-light environments, but the phone falls victim to Windows Phone's various...60
By The Verge on May 29, 2013
n other words, if you’re in the market for a Windows Phone 8 device, Verizon isn’t your best choice; if you can’t go elsewhere, though, the 928 is certainly worth a look over HTC’s Windows Phone 8X.71
By SlashGear on May 24, 2013
Now that Verizon has its own Nokia hero smartphone working with Windows Phone 8, it’s high time the platform takes off, isn’t it? At the moment, the Nokia Lumia 928 is one of the nicer Windows Phone 8 devices on the market, and if it...-
By Digital Trends on May 23, 2013
The Lumia 928 is only $100 with a two-year contract and comes with a $25 gift card for the Windows Store, for apps, music, or videos. If price is important to you, at $100, it is one of the best buys on Verizon. We also like the Windows Phone 8X by...70
By Phone Arena on May 17, 2013
Somehow in the back of our minds, we can’t help but think about why it took so long for the Lumia 928 to arrive – even more when it’s essentially a remodeled Lumia 920, which AT&T customers have been presented with since the fall of...-