Now, The Verge has the scoop on the device's other specifications. It'll have a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, wireless charging capabilities, 1GB of RAM memory and 32GB of storage memory. Its camera will be marketed as PureView, although the megapixel count won't even be close to the monster 41-megapixel sensor in Nokia 808 PureView (see pics below). Instead, the Lumia 920 will have an 8-megapixel camera on the back and a 1.3-megapixel one on the front.
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Nokia will unveil the device, which will likely run Windows Phone 8, on Wednesday during its scheduled press event, where it is also expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10.1.
In August, the company's EVP of sales and marketing turned to Twitter to tout the new Lumia handset:
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Samsung take note, next generation Lumia coming soon.
— Chris Weber (@CWeberatNokia) August 16, 2012
The Lumia 920 will likely be launched in "late October or early November," The Verge reports.
No details about the other recently leaked Lumia device, the Nokia Lumia 820, have been revealed.
How do you like these specifications for what appears to be Nokia's next flagship phone? Share your thoughts in the comments.
BONUS: Here’s How Good Nokia’s 41-Megapixel Camera Phone Is
Nokia 808 PureView
The Nokia 808 PureView comes in several colors. It's heavier than your average phone, with the camera lens protruding from the back. By far its most interesting feature is the 41-megapixel camera, which takes amazing photos.
This story originally published on Mashable here.
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