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See what's inside the Verizon Nokia Lumia 928

Lumia 928

Just like the Lumia 920, Nokai's new Lumia 928 has had its case pulled off to reveal what's inside. We're always under the impression that Nokia packs magic inside its family of Windows Phones, with an army of fairies making the experience complete. Unfortunately, the Verizon Lumia 928 is (like technology in general) powered by circuitry. Interested to see what's inside?

Lumia 928

All the goodness, including wireless charging can be spotted in the published shots, but what's interesting to note is how the Lumia 928 doesn't sport the same board layout as the 920 and looks similar to the Lumia 820. Be sure to head on over to the Chinese forum for more images of the multiple parts that make up the Lumia 928 as we know it.

Source: tieba.baidu.com; thanks, dyx171, for the tip!

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See what's inside the Verizon Nokia Lumia 928

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Surely they must have forgotten it.
With all that room they should throw in a flux capacitor too . . . ugh . . .

Looks like they fixed the hot spot issue on the 920 by having multiple heatsinks instead of the one above the camera.

I've thought about switching from at&t to Verizon but I have a feeling at&t is going to cone out with something better from Nokia

Great looking phone. Has anyone heard what might be coming out for WP around the holidays? I was planning on upgrading then but this is tempting me. :-)

There will always be something better around the corner....if u think this will serve all ur needs today its probably good enough

They should have made the placement of the flash flush with the curves beside the camera lense! It looks so wrong!!!

Hi, I saw some comment that this Verizon 928 is unlocked...but when I go to Verizon store, they told me they don't sell unlocked phone. This is really confusing, does someone really try and see if they can use a AT&T or t-mobile sim card with it?

Yes. It does have a SIM slot and it is HSPA+ Global Ready. All Verizon Global phones are unlocked due to an arrangement with the FCC in regards to the 700Mhz band. You have to contact Verizon for some models to have them turn on the feature, but if you are a customer in good standing it usually just takes a phone call. 8x and DNA are fully unlocked right off the bat.

Wonder what at&t the "Premier Windows Phone Carrier" is going to come out with next. I have a feeling that Nokia is cooking something special for at&t

If you already own a Lumia 920 on AT&T, there's no point switching now. Be patient, wait for September announcement.