Forget about the Nokia Lumia 928, Verizon will have a new flagship Windows Phone 8 device in town soon. Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 929 is rumored to launch in early November for an off-contract price of $500. However, it appears that details about his new device have leaked in the form of a hands-on video from someone who was lucky enough to get their hands on the device before anyone else.
“The device can best be described as square in the front with a rounded back. The device in the video is all matte black and there is nothing particularly stunning about the device, though we bet the hardware is drool worthy,” a report over at WPCentral states.
The Lumia 929 is rumored to have a 5-inch screen and feature a 20MP camera. The device is also rumored to sport a 1080p display and a Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor. No other new specs were revealed about the device, but it was noted that the Lumia 929 sports a micro SIM card for GSM.
In the hands-on video, which we have embedded below for your viewing pleasure, we can see the device’s sleek design and large screen. This device is sure to be the flagship Lumia Windows Phone device on Verizon, overtaking the current Lumia 928 device. Take a look at the video below before it gets pulled:Further reading: Microsoft, Nokia, Verizon, Windows Phone