Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer displays a Nokia Lumia 920 featuring Windows Phone 8 during an event in San Francisco (Photo : Reuters)
Although Nokia has not confirmed the Lumia 928, eTrade Supply is still promoting their LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly.
eTradeSupply has provided a video comparing the assembly of the Lumia 928 they are selling to the Lumia 920's LCD screen.
As Latinos Post reported, eTrade Supply is offering an OEM LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly priced at $211.39. However, as of the writing of this article, the assembly is out of stock.
According to the product's description, the screen size of the Lumia 928 is 4.5 inches, the same as the Lumia 920, with Corning Gorilla Glass and with Super AMOLED Display.
"At the first glance of these two different digitizer and LCD screen assembles, you will find that the Lumia 928's digitizer and LCD screen assembly looks slimmer than Lumia 920, cause it's 5 mm taller than 920's digitizer and LCD screen assembly," noted the product's description. "Though Lumia 928's screen is taller, the display area is still the same as Lumia 920, a 4.5 inches display."
Nokia or Verizon Wireless has yet to confirm the existence of the Lumia 928.
The Lumia 928 has gone through the Federal Communications Commission's testing. The Nokia smartphone has been speculated to join the Verizon network due to having the same Long Term Evolution (LTE) bands, 4 and 13, which matches Verizon's network.
For more on the Nokia Lumia 928, click here.
For the comparison of the Lumia 920 vs. iPhone 5, click here.
For the Lumia 920 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3, click here.
For the Lumia 920 vs. Lumia 620, click here.