Nokia Lumia 928 Reviews
It was back in September 2012 when Nokia announced its newest flagship smartphone, the Lumia 920, which ran on the Windows Phone 8 OS and featured a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 768 x 1280 and a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. Several months later, Nokia announced a slightly upgraded version of the Lumia 920, the Lumia 928, which had many of the original device’s internal specs, but was lighter, features a Xenon flash and doesn’t come in as many colors as the Lumia 920. The Lumia 928 is also available on Verizon Wireless, while the Lumia 920 is currently only available on AT&T. With such a small improvement over the Lumia 920, is the Lumia 928 a better Windows Phone 8 device considering the improvements as well as its availability on one of the most popular wireless carriers in the U.S.? That’s what we’re going to take a look at in our review of the Nokia Lumia 928. Nokia Lumia 928 Specs OS: WP8 Display Size: 4.5 Display Resolution: 1280 x 768 Display Type: IPS Main Chip: Snapdragon S4 Battery Capacity: 2000mAh MicroSD: No Back Camera: 8.7MP Front Camera:
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1.3MP Internal Storage: 32GB Weight (oz): 5.71 Width: 2.71 Height: 0.39 Length: 5.23 Industrial Design (very good) Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review Nokia Lumia 928 Review The Nokia Lumia 928 for the most part has the same form factor and design as the Lumia 920, although there are some slight notable differences, such as the placement of the microUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack and the addition of a larger speakerphone located at the lower-back of the device. Unfortunately, the three-button layout we weren’t big fans of in the Lumia 920 has made a return in the Lumia 928 as the right side of the device is where you’ll find its volume rocker, wake / sleep button and its third dedicated camera button. We still feel crowding one entire side with all of a device’s physical buttons, as well as the location of its power button, is still one of the few annoyances we had with the Lumia 920, and we still feel this way with the Lumia 928.
We still wish Nokia would move the wake / sleep button on its Lumia 920 series to a more comfortable position, like where its volume rocker is located, as we’re sure people would end up pushing the wake / sleep button a lot more than the volume buttons. Weight and size comparison to other smartphones – much better One of the few negatives we had with the Lumia 920 was the fact it was quite a heavy smartphone weighing in at 6.52 ounces. Thankfully, Nokia has improved the weight of the Lumia 928 as it nearly sheds an entire ounce with a weight of 5.71 ounces. It’s still nowhere near as light as the iPhone 5, but it’s a pretty big improvement and one that we definitely appreciate. When holding the Lumia 928, it feels good in the hand as its material and weight both feel quite comfortable. Compared to the Lumia 920, the Lumia 928 is also slightly slimmer, although it’s also slightly longer for some reason. We’re not entirely sure why that is, but it’s an extension that you probably won’t realize it if you’re holding the Lumia 928.: