Over on All About Windows Phone this week, I’m reviewing Nokia’s Lumia 928 Windows Phone. Exclusivly available on Verizon at the moment, it’s arguably Nokia’s current flagship (for, ooh, at least two weeks) and photographers are going to love the Xenon flash. BUt there’s more to the handset than the lighting options:
In terms of design, there is very little difference between the Lumia 925 and the Lumia 928. We’ll be carrying on looking at the Lumia 925 in depth here on All About Windows Phone, but having spent some time with the Lumia 928, I’m really enjoying the handset. While it is an older style of design, it’s one that works for me…Â Nokia wanted to get their best handset and technology onto the Verizon network, and the result is this custom build, the Lumia 928. It takes the best of Windows Phone, tweaks it for Big Red, and gives it a very attractive initial price of $49 on contract. There’s a lot to like here, and if you’re looking for a Windows Phone, there are no major flaws in the hardware.