Verizon’s Lumia 929 specs and photos revealed
- On November 5, 2013
Nokia’s next flagship device for Verizon, dubbed Lumia 929, has been revealed in a set of clear pictures and a full specs list. WPCentral informs that the device is currently in carrier testing and it could be released around New Year.
This specially designed phone built for Verizon will be an upgraded, bigger and more powerful version of the Lumia 928. According to the publication, the Nokia Lumia 929 will include an aluminum frame, a polycarbonate back and a bigger screen. The new Windows Phone will feature a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display plus a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor at 2.2 GHz with 2 GB of RAM.
The internal storage is limited to 32 GB, without microSD slot for expansion. A 20 MP PureView sensor can be found at the rear. It captures two photos simultaneously (16 MP + 5 MP). The phone also has a dual- LED flash and a front-facing shooter. The Lumia 929 measures 136.5 x 71.4 x 10.5 mm and weighs 166 grams.
WPCentral claims that the phone will be very quick due to its modern processor and 2 GB of RAM. The 1080p display with its more appealing size of 5 inches is likely to attract a large number of customers. The 4G capable smartphone will be offered in glossy white and matte black. It will come with Windows Phone 8 Update 3 and Lumia Black firmware pre-loaded.
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