Successor to Nokia Lumia 920 reportedly in the works

The Lumia 928 will allegedly be slightly thinner than the 920, switch to an OLED screen, and add a xenon flash, according to The Verge.

Nokia Lumia 920
Lumia 920 Josh Miller/CNET

A new Nokia is on the cards and this one could strip the Nokia Lumia 920 of its flagship status. Allegedly called the Lumia 928, photos and the scantest of details were leaked via Twitter user @evleaks.

Headed for Verizon, the 928 is reportedly a slightly tweaked version of the 920. So what's the difference? According to The Verge, the two look very similar, but the 928 has a longer flash on the back. The 928 would also be slightly thinner, measuring 10.2mm at its thinnest point and 11.2mm at its thickest, with a slightly curved back, The Verge reported late last week. Instead of an LCD screen, the 928 will sport a 4.5-inch OLED. Other than that, the specs are near identical, The Verge reported, with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 32GB of storage, and 1GB of RAM.

The Lumia 928 will apparently eschew an aluminum frame in favor of a thinner polycarbonate one. It will also reportedly have a new xenon flash as well as the same LED one as found on the 920.

Read more of " Nokia Lumia 928 leaks, thinner than the 920 " at ZDNet UK.

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