The Nokia Lumia 928 has made its official debut, bringing Windows Phone 8 and souped-up camera capabilities to Verizon.
The Nokia Lumia 928 pushes Nokia's PureView camera tech, offering image stabilisation that Nokia promises makes the handset top of the low-light shooting pops.
There's a Carl Zeiss lens and xenon flash on board too, which Nokia thinks means "you can leave your digital SLR at home" - we'll reserve judgement til we take a few of our own snaps on it though.
Other nifty features on the Lumia 928 include a 4.5-inch OLED display replete with Gorilla Glass right to the edges of the handset, built-in wireless charging (which requires a peripheral), Nokia Here for mapping and Nokia Music.
The Lumia 928 is running Windows Phone 8 and will run on Verizon's 4G LTE network - it's also rocking a tri-microphone set-up for high quality audio recording up to 140db.
If all that sounds good to you, you can pick the handset up direct from Verizon from May 16 - if you buy it soon as, you'll also get a $25 credit to use in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
No word on the Lumia 928 coming to other countries as yet, nor any inkling on price.
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