Nokia's Lumia 928 teasers continue, this time with the device strapped to a remote control helicopterAlex Wagner - Deputy Managing Editor, News Desk
Another day, another Nokia Lumia 928 teaser. Nokia has kept itself pretty busy recently by posting images of the Lumia 928 as well as clips showing off its video and audio recording capabilities, and tonight the Finnish firm has shared another one of each. The image reveals the bottom portion of the Lumia 928's backside, which features a large, oval-shaped speaker as well as Verizon's 4G LTE logo.
For its new Lumia 928 video, Nokia opted to strap the upcoming device to the bottom of a remote control helicopter and record video of the great outdoors in British Columbia, Canada. The video is meant to demonstrate the Lumia 928's optical image stabilization capabilities. While the video does seem a tad shaky here and there, overall it looks fairly stable for a video that was recorded with a cellphone attached to a remote control helicopter.
After all of the times that the Nokia Lumia 928 has leaked in recent months, there's not much about the design of the phone that we don't already know. We're not ones to complain about all of the official looks that we've gotten lately, though, and the video and audio capture demos that Nokia has posted so far give us an idea of what the 928's 8.7-megapixel PureView camera is capable of. There's still no word on when Nokia and Verizon will actually announce the Lumia 928 and its availability details, but if you're interested in learning more about the phone, it may not be a bad idea to check back in 24 hours to see if Nokia's got more images and video to share.