The Nokia Lumia 1020 (EOS or 909) has been the subject of many, many leaks over the passed few months and is set to be launched later this week in New York City, thus it seems fit that one of its key accessories leak out as well.
Nokia finally announced their new Nokia Lumia 925, an updated version of the Nokia Lumia 925 that sees a complete overhaul to the appearance of the device. It did come with a few surprises too though.
Nokia has successfully kept the Nokia Lumia 925 under wraps for quite some time, but with its official launch tomorrow, it was just a matter of time before EVLeaks revealed it to the world.
It seems that Nokia and Verizon has gotten tired of teasing all of the Lumia 928’s features including showing off the device after the device was officially announced today with all previous leaks proving to be spot on, but the price has caught everyone off guard.
The still unannounced Nokia Lumia 928 has appeared in a set of images yet again, no surprises really, but this set of official images have also been accompanied by low-light video comparisons between the Lumia 928, iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII.
The Nokia Lumia 928 is undoubtedly Nokia’s worst kept secret of all time. Last week the device leaked in a large ad used on a billboard, then this morning it leaked in a two-page spread in Vanity Fair magazine with a detailed image and a link to an official teaser page hinting the device’s impending…
Nokia’s worst kept secret since the Nokia Lumia 900 has gotten a bit more difficult to hide after a billboard seems to have sprung up overnight showing off the device and touting it as having “The best low-light smartphone camera.”
Earlier today Nokia has sent out invites to a press event next month that has sparked rumours that the Finns may launch a Windows tablet, a new PureView Windows Phone or a new type of touch screen for its Lumia line.
Nokia hasn’t been the most subtle of companies when it comes to keeping their upcoming devices under wraps these days. Thanks to EVLeaks, the Nokia Lumia 928 has shown up, and it doesn’t seem to carry that ‘awe’ factor…