Verizon’s Nokia Lumia Icon appears in brief 3D video
The Nokia Lumia Icon, also sometimes known as the 929, is perhaps the most seen phone that doesn’t actually exist. It is, of course, real, just not officially announced. We’ve even seen US carrier Verizon slip up and place the device on its website.
The latest “leak” also comes from this source, as a 3D render of the handset appeared in a brief video and, naturally, someone grabbed and saved it. It’s a simple, brief clip that shows the phone slowly turning about.
The latest rumored release date, as we learned yesterday, seems to be February 20th, though that too is not confirmed. It is still entirely possible that we’ll need to wait for Mobile World Congress, which kicks off on the 24th of this month. Either way, for now you can check out the video posted below.Further reading: Verizon, Windows Phone