Nokia Lumia 928

The Nokia Lumia 928 it is an great mobile from the leader of mobile market which is Nokia it has many future & many thing which attract people to get it .
Design
The Lumia 928 has a design that’s at once new and familiar. Similar to the Lumia 920, the rectangular chassis is made of glossy white polycarbonate, but Nokia has also squared off some of the 920’s curves, leaving the 928 with a slicker, more angular look. The rear panel is rounded, which helps to somewhat mitigate the slippery plastic. Unfortunately, the Lumia 928 is only available in white and black, departing from the 920’s 5 color options (white, black, yellow, red and blue).
We like how the 4.5-inch Corning Gorilla Glass 2 display and its glossy black bezel extends to the edges of the device. Branding for Nokia and Verizon sit atop the display with a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera. Capacitive buttons for Back, Home and Search are underneath the screen.
Click to EnlargeAs with most Nokia Windows Phones, buttons for volume, power and camera are located on the right side of the device. A microUSB port, headphone jack and SIM card port line the top of the device. The 8.7-megapixel Carl Zeiss rear-facing camera is prominently positioned along the back of the 928 next to a large flash. A 4G LTE logo sits near the bottom of the panel above an oval-shaped spea
Display
The 928’s 4.5-inch, 1280 x 768 AMOLED display delivered a cornucopia of vivid color coupled with superb contrast. Text on Gawker.com and Clutch Magazine remained sharp even when zoomed in.
Watching the high-def “Agents of SHIELD” TV series promo yielded voluminous fireballs peppered with yellows, reds, oranges and blacks. Agent Coulson’s cherry-red convertible gleamed as the agent’s brow furrowed when warning a subordinate to keep his hands off. In a side-by-side comparison with the Lumia 920’s IPS LCD, the 928 offered deeper blacks.
When we measured the 928 with our light meter, it registered 343 lux. That’s much brighter than the 301 lux smartphone average, as well as the Lumia 920’s mark of 310. The Windows Phone 8X, Ativ Odyssey and Galaxy S4 scored 312, 228 and 296, respectively. You can also adjust the screen’s outdoor readability via the Settings menu. The phone automatically became brighter in direct sunlight, making reading a simple exercise.
The Lumia 929 includes a feature for adjusting the sensitivity of the touch screen, so you can use the phone while wearing gloves. We didn’t have a pair handy, so we used a sock over our hand instead. We successfully selected icons and executed pinch-to-zoom gestures.
Audio
We appreciate Nokia’s decision to place the 928’s speaker along the rear panel instead of the bottom of the phone like the 920. As a result, there’s less of a risk of muffling the sound when holding the phone in landscape mode. Both phones filled our small test room with rich, full audio during our sound test, complete with crisp cymbals, big organ and smooth bass. We noticed that the treble on the 920 was harsher than the 928, which had a more balanced approach.
Plugging in a pair of headphones lets you take advantage of the built-in equalizer, which lets you choose from custom audio profiles, such as Bass Boost or Vocal Boost. You can also create your own profile. The Dolby Headphone setting boosts levels even more, making songs sound richer.
Windows Phone 8 and Interface 
As with the previous two iterations of its mobile OS, we really like the dynamic, customizable Live Tile interface of Windows Phone 8. There’s always something happening on screen, which keeps things fresh. You can pin a myriad of content your Start screen, including people, apps, websites, photo albums, music albums, notes, directions and more.
Live Tiles can be re sized using your choice of three options. Just long-press to make a tile smaller or as large as a rectangle that stretches across the screen. This gives users a lot of flexibility.
Windows Phone staples, such as the People Hub, Groups, Rooms and Kid’s Corner, can also be found on the Lumia 928. People Hub aggregates updates from Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype, Email and Twitter to its corresponding Live Tile. As its name suggests, Groups let you group-select contacts (say, Family or Favorites); opening that group then shows only updates and photos from those individuals.
Rooms allows users to set up a virtual network with selected contacts to privately share photos and calendars and send messages. The Kid’s Corner feature lets you select kid-friendly apps, movies, games and music. Simply flick to the left from the lock screen to enter this mobile
Camera and Camcorder

The Lumia 928 features the same impressive 8.7-megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss optics as the Lumia 920. The f/2.0 lens, combined with a new Xenon flash, promises superior low-light photography.

Photos  taken with the 920 and the 928 were nearly identical in terms of details. However, the 920 delivered better color in many of our shots, particularly photos taken at our local florist. Images captured with the 928 tended to have a bluish tint. Both devices tended to over saturate brighter colors such as reds and oranges.
When we enabled flash for both devices, our photo editor noted that images taken on the 928 were too yellow with a slight haze. Reds and pinks looked fluorescent, leading to detail loss. Many of the 920’s images had a bluish tint. However, both devices delivered sharp detail.

The Lumia 928 upholds Nokia’s gold standard for low-light photography. When we snapped a few shots of some random tchotchkes  in a nearly dark photo lab, we got surprisingly vivid color that was borderline over saturated. However, it should be noted that much of the detail in the photos were soft and fuzzy.
Video shot of NYC traffic on the 928 was darker than we would have liked. There was also a hint of a white haze. Nevertheless, colors were fairly accurate and the text on the New Balance sign was nice and legible.
The 928 also has a trio of high-audio-amplitude-capture (HAAC) microphones that will capture distortion-free audio even in noisy settings (restaurant, concerts and nightclubs). When we recorded on a busy, windy NYC street, our conversation with a LAPTOP staffer was loud and clear despite the traffic and the whipping winds.
The 1.2MP front-facing camera shoots stills and video in 720p. Colors like our turquoise sweater and red jacket were nice and bright. The image also displayed a high level of detail, capturing our sweater’s fabric pattern.

Camera Features

These days, a smartphone camera has to do more than take pretty pictures. Nokia adds some bells and whistles to the Lumia 928 using a few nifty apps. Creative Studio gives users 8 Instagram-like filters to trick out their photos. We took sweeping shots of the New York City skyline with the Panorama app. Nokia also took a few notes from Samsung and added a few fun and useful camera apps.
Smart Shoot combines three features found on the Samsung Galaxy S 4: Best Shot, Best Face and Eraser Mode. With Smart Shoot engaged, the camera snaps eight photos when the camera button is held down. Once the photos were taken, we flipped through the shots like a flipbook until we found the best overall shot.

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