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*Lumia 928 is priced at $99 after a pesky $50 mail-in-rebate

Nokia's latest smartphone now officially has a date with Verizon Wireless: May 16. The new Nokia Lumia 928 packs in a 4.5" OLED (1280x768), a 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, 32GB of storage space, an 8.7mp rear shooter with Carl Zeiss optics, a xenon flash, and NFC. The smartphone also manages to pack in a 2000 mAh battery.
 
Naturally, the Lumia 928 comes with PureView imaging and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) in an effort to cut down on blurry pictures and improve nighttime shots.

 
The Lumia 928 is priced at $99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate (really, a MIR?) with a new 2-year contract. For a limited time, those who purchase a Lumia 928 will also get a $25 credit to use on Windows Phone apps and games.

Source: Nokia



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RE: No
By KorsFall on 5/10/2013 5:06:03 PM , Rating: 2
This is meant to be a modified 920, nothing else. This isn't Nokia's 2013 flagship. At least Nokia was good enough to throw in some updates. Ask yourself how much the Galaxy Line or the Iphone changes from carrier to carrier.


RE: No
By txDrum on 5/10/2013 5:23:42 PM , Rating: 1
"Over and over" again... you act like the 920 has changed like 3 times. This is the only time the 920 has become something new, while something different might come to T-mobile as well. It's simply a modified 920, as the 920 is AT&T exclusive. It's not like the iphone 5/GS4 changes from carrier to carrier either.

Nokia's flagship will be hitting soon with that 41MP EOS, don't worry :)

I don't necessarily regret buying my 8X, but I do certainly wish my contract had ended six months later XD. Even before the MIR, 150$ is a very nice price. Verizon is really advertising windows phone now I think - both the physical locations in my town have the little billboards giving windows phone messages. Good for Microsoft, Nokia, and the carriers.


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