Although we have seen leaked images of the Nokia’s Lumia 929 in past, today’s new crystal clear images show the best angle of this new Windows Phone yet. In a new report from WPCentral reveals new photos of the Nokia Lumia 929 for Verizon, together with the tech specs for this gorgeous phone. Among other changes and new hardware, customers will get a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED full-HD display, a very snappy Quad-Core Snapdragon 800 processor, and an aluminum frame with a polycarbonate back plate.
A release date hasn’t been set, but the word on the street is that it could be sometime during Thanksgiving and Q1 2014. With all this information in mind, let’s go over the technical specifications and photos:
Nokia Lumia 929 tech specs (Verizon)
- Device name: Lumia 929
- Platform: Qualcomm Quad-core Snapdragon 800 running at 2.2 GHz
- RAM: 2GB
- Storage: 32GB of internal storage (no micro SD)
- Thickness: 10.5mm
- Weight: 166g
- Height: 136.5mm
- Width: 71.4mm
- Display: 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display (1080 x 1920 pixels)
- Camera: 20MP PureView rear camera with oversampling (16 MP + 5 MP photos)
- Camera 2: Yes, front facing camera
- Flash: Dual LED
- Important features: Qi wireless charging, FM Radio, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, at least three HAAC microphones
- Apps: Data Sense, NFL Mobile, Verizon Tones, VZ Navigator, My Verizon Mobile, Nokia StoryTeller, Nokia Screen Beamer
- Colors: glossy white or matte black
As described by WPCentral, the new Windows Phone from Nokia will come preloaded with the latest Windows Phone Update 3 and Lumia Black firmware. Also the phone is very similar to the Lumia 928, with the difference that the 929 features a metal wrapping around the edge, which make the device more rigid. You can also expect the standard micro USB charger and a headphone jack positioned at the center-top of the phone with an opening on the top-left side to add a micro SIM card.
Recently Nokia unveiled the Lumia 1520 6-inch Windows Phone that also features a 1080p display, but it seems that the company is pushing to expand high-resolution on phones that will actually fit in your hands. The reviews I’ve read from users were mixed, but overall it looks that device is on the right track to sell well.