Nokia officially introduced its latest flagship phone for Verizon Wireless today, the Lumia 928, a new premium device for Windows Phone that's sleeker, slimmer, and more powerful than any Lumia we've seen.
The new 4.5-inch phone ups the ante with an edge-to-edge "infinity" glass design, xenon flash (the same kind used in DSLRs), and high audio microphones built to record supernoisy environments. Clearly, Nokia is poising the device as a high-end mobile media creator in the hopes of luring iOS and Android users to the young — but beautiful — Windows Phone 8 platform (which, sadly, still doesn't have Instagram).
Is the Lumia 928 ($100 with a two-year contract) the be-all, end-all premium device for Windows Phone? Peep the tech specs and standout features of the Lumia 928 in the gallery.