Nokia's Lumia 928 sucks in its gut

A $99 high-end smartphone on Verizon, the Nokia Lumia 928 is poised to give you a lot for your money. Read full review
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Windows Phone all the way

The 928 is Verizon's most powerful Windows Phone 8 offering, alongside the slightly stepped-down Lumia 822. Read full review
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A standup device

With its flat sides, the Lumia 928 can stand all on its own. Read full review
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Flash me

A xenon flash replaces LED on this high-tech handset, which Nokia claims will take even clearer photos in low-light situations. Read full review
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Unibody design

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. Read full review
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Harnessing 4G

Verizon's 4G LTE network is among the fastest available, anywhere. Read full review
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Navigate like you mean it

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. Read full review
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SIM slot

You'll charge your Lumia 928 and swap the SIM up top. Read full review
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Verizon red

Like Verizon's 822, the 928 comes with a Verizon-specific theme color, Verizon red. Read full review
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