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Nokia's Lumia 928 sucks in its gut

Windows Phone all the way

A standup device

Flash me

Unibody design

Harnessing 4G

Navigate like you mean it

SIM slot

Verizon red

A $99 high-end smartphone on Verizon, the Nokia Lumia 928 is poised to give you a lot for your money.
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The 928 is Verizon's most powerful Windows Phone 8 offering, alongside the slightly stepped-down Lumia 822.
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With its flat sides, the Lumia 928 can stand all on its own.
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A xenon flash replaces LED on this high-tech handset, which Nokia claims will take even clearer photos in low-light situations.
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Like all other Lumia handsets, this 928 features a unibody design made from polycarbonate materials. You see the raised buttons for power, volume, and the camera shutter here on the phone's right spine.
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Verizon's 4G LTE network is among the fastest available, anywhere.
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As with all Windows phones, the 928's Back, Home, and Search buttons below the display often do double duty, like to pull up multitasking and voice search commands.
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You'll charge your Lumia 928 and swap the SIM up top.
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Like Verizon's 822, the 928 comes with a Verizon-specific theme color, Verizon red.
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