A new Windows Phone has just been announced at Nokia. Named Lumia 929, it comes with a datasheet worthy of a flagship.
The mobile industry Nokia, owned by Microsoft, has unveiled a smartphone called Lumia 929 Windows Phone 8. You would think it is a simple variation of the existing Lumia 920, Lumia 925 and Lumia 928 or just a simple update, but it is not.
With it, you can enjoy a quad-core 2.2 GHz processor (instead of 1.5GHz dual-core, but always provided by Qualcomm), a 2 GB RAM (instead of 1 GB) a 5 inch screen Full HD (4.5-inch HD, but still on the AMOLED with Gorilla Glass protection), a 4G LTE Support with 150 Mbit/s download speed (100 Mbit/s), a support for 3G+ at 42.2 Mbit/s download speed (21 Mbit/s), connectivity of Wi-Fi 802.11ac/Bluetooth 4.0 (Wi-Fi N/BT 3.0) and 1.3 and 20 megapixel image sensor (against 1.2 and 8 Mpix). We could see the imminent disappearance of the intermediate Lumia 10xx that currently separates Lumia 9xx and 15xx, with the arrival of the 9xx models with 5 inches and 15xx models with 6 inches.
Remains to be seen whether this model for the time is only reserved for the U.S. market, the Verizon customers to be precise, will come to other countries. Nothing has indeed been mentioned about it yet.