Monday, 13 May 2013

Nokia's Lumia range goes premium with the 928

Nokia are set to launch the new Lumia 928 which will take over from the Lumia 920
as the flagship model - and it looks bloody good.

The main difference between the 920 and the 918 is the outer shell. Nokia have adopted a more premium feel to the handset with the addition of an aluminium shell. Personally, I’m delighted to hear this because I’m not someone who loves novelty colours on my phone. This could bring the Lumia range to a completely different audience and continue the admirable growth.

So what are the other changes? Well in truth, not much. The 928 is very much a slight upgrade to the 920. It's a 23g lighter than the 920 at 162g (which is good because the Lumia range has attracted criticism because of its weight). The screen also extends to the edge of the phone, which makes the most of the 4.5" screen. It has the same 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm processor and the same 8.7MP camera as the 920.

Here's the teaser video from Nokia:

What do you think of the new look? Would it make you #switchtolumia?

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