Nokia's Lumia 928 for Verizon may not be official quite yet, but that hasn't stopped us from getting a couple of good looks at the device in recent weeks thanks to some leaked renders that found their way online. Today the string of Lumia 928 leaks continues, as ETrade Supply is now selling a screen and digitizer assembly that purportedly belongs to the 928. The part appears to line up with the front of the Lumia 928 that we saw in a leaked image earlier this month, complete with Nokia and Verizon logos, Windows Phone navigation keys and a microphone.
In addition to putting up this Lumia 928 part up for sale, ETrade Supply has examined the component and shared its findings with us. The image below shows that the front panel of the Lumia 928 is slightly taller than its Lumia 920 sibling. The report also says that the Lumia 928 will use an AMOLED display, a feature that's been rumored for the Lumia 928 in the past. The screen is said to be made by Samsung and is described as being both thinner and lighter than the LCD IPS display that's found on the Lumia 928, which ETrade Supply suggests could allow for the Lumia 928 to pack a larger battery than the 2,000mAh juice pack that's found in the Lumia 920.
Previous Lumia 928 leaks have suggested that the new Windows Phone 8-powered device will feature a 4.5-inch display, a PureView-branded camera with both xenon and LED flashes, 1.5GHz dual-core processor and support for simultaneous voice and data. The phone is expected to land on Verizon sometime this month, and while nothing's official until Nokia and Verizon make it so, all of the leaks that've been popping up recently make it feel as though a launch could be near. What do you think of the Lumia 928 based off of what's surfaced so far?