Lumia 928 To Launch Surprise OLED Screen: Rather than wait for a special event took place.
Nokia has launched Lumia 928 sudden powerful new smartphones and best use Windows Phone 8 platform from Microsoft.
Lumia 928 is a smartphone most attention in recent years by Nokia with a series of rumors and leaked information related to the smartphone.
Finally, Nokia has officially launched the Lumia 928 today.
Instead of using high-grade aluminum shell as rumored, the Lumia 928 is still using the equivalent plastic shell as the brother Lumia 920. The configuration of the Lumia 928 Lumia 920 is similar with a 4.5-inch widescreen HD resolution of 720p with using dual core processor speed of 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1 GB of RAM with a 32GB hard drive.
It supports 4G LTE connectivity and Near Field Communication.
Lumia 928 camera also equipped with 8.7 megapixel resolution, rather than greater resolution as rumors. However, this camera also uses technology similar PureView Lumia 920 and Carl Zeiss lens.
However, instead of using the LED flash as the Lumia 920 the machine is equipped with Xenon flash for higher brightness. The front of the camera is 1.2 megapixel. Lumia 928 uses the battery capacity 2.000mAh.
Basically, the Lumia 928 seems similar to the Lumia 920 but the new generation smartphone screen using OLED technology instead ISP technology the image quality and brightness is improved.
In addition, the machine also 3 additional microphone for recording quality and conversation.
Lumia 928 is also equipped with optical stabilization for reduced blur and shake when taking pictures and shooting video.
It also is equipped with many features such as Smart Shoot photography allows users to capture 5 consecutive shots in one shot or Cinemagraph to HD video for sharing purposes.
Like other smartphones, the Lumia 928 is also equipped with features panorama photography.
Nokia confident statement on the Lumia 928 camera is a step forward to help the camera on a smartphone is not inferior compared to the image quality of digital cameras.