At this point, we're not exactly strangers to the Nokia Lumia 928. The device has been the subject of multiple rumors and a couple of image leaks in recent months, giving us a good idea of what to expect when Nokia and Verizon make the thing official. That doesn't mean that we'll turn down another early peek at it, though, and that's exactly what we're getting this morning. Twitter user @evleaks has posted another set of images of the Lumia 928 that shows the front and back as well as the left and right sides of the device.
The backside of Verizon's Lumia 928 houses a PureView-branded camera with both a xenon and LED flash as well as a speaker and a Verizon "4G LTE" logo. Moving around to the front, we can see a camera up top and a microphone at the bottom. Finally, there's a trio of buttons on the side of the device that includes a volume rocker, lock key and dedicated camera button.
When it comes to specs, we've been told to expect the Lumia 928 to pack a 4.5-inch display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and support for simultaneous voice and data. The phone is set to be Verizon's first high-end Nokia Windows Phone product, and while it's more of a variant on AT&T's Lumia 920 than an entirely new device, I'm sure that there will be plenty of Verizon customers that will welcome the Lumia 928 with open arms and wallets.
It's been said that the Lumia 928 is scheduled for an April introduction, and the "Nokia Lumia 928, a final look" caption that's been attached to this image by @evleaks could suggest that an official unveiling is getting close. There's now less than two weeks left in April, so if an announcement this month is indeed still in the cards, we should be hearing something official any day now.