Nokia Lumia 928: Upcoming Smart Phone Appears in Another Leaked Image from Vanity Fair Ad [PHOTOS]

  on May 08 2013 1:03 PM

Nokia Lumia 928 recently appeared in another leaked image from the Vanity Fair spread with a couple of information about the upcoming smart phone to entice the device consumers. The advertisement stated that Nokia Lumia 928 will have the "best low-light camera" feature in a smart phone and Verizon will be carrying the device. 

The Nokia Lumia 928 smart phone ad reads: "Even in low light. Nokia exclusive PureView technology with Optical Image Stabilization and high-end Carl Zeiss optics let you capture and share amazing blur-free photos and videos, even in low-light conditions."

Nokia has published as well the Nokia Lumia 928 image in their official US web site and product page at the link http://www.nokia.com/us-en/lumia928 where it confirms the authenticity of the upcoming smart phone. Thus, it supports the credibility of the billboard that appeared somewhere in the US over the weekend that plugged the new Nokia Lumia smart phone even before unveiling.

In the recently leaked image, Nokia Lumia 928 appears to have the reported aluminum case that distinguishes the smart phone from the other vibrant Nokia Lumia smart phone color choices. The magazine ad clearly emphasizes on the remarkable Carl Zeiss lens, Nokia's PureView technology and the Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) feature.

The Finnish company has already given out the invitations for the May 14 event to be held in London. Nokia Lumia 928 will reportedly be a smart phone exclusively available in the US market but there is still a chance for a worldwide release soon.

In the US, Nokia Lumia 920 is currently available at the AT&T network and the successor Nokia Lumia 928 will be an enhanced Lumia 920 version available at the rival US network, Verizon. The Nokia Lumia 928 features, specs, price and release date has not yet been officially confirmed but Nokia convinces the device enthusiasts to "stay tuned for more updates."

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