Nokia’s Lumia 929 is a high-end Windows Phone mobile that will be available exclusively on Verizon.


Nokia unveiled a total of six devices at its Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi a fortnight ago, but one of the devices that was not mentioned at the event is the Lumia 929, which is a high-end device that is exclusive to Verizon.

While there have been scant details on the device thus far, a leak on Windows Phone Central revealed the clearest images yet of the Lumia 929, as well as giving us a look at the hardware the device will be toting.

The Lumia 929 features a 5-inch full-HD AMOLED screen, a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory without a micro-SD card slot, 20 MP PureView camera that contains dual LED flash, NFC, FM Radio, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE. The device will work with any wireless charger based on the Qi standard, and will include Verizon-exclusive software along with Nokia’s suite of navigation and music related utilities.


Leaked screenshots of the Lumia 929 indicate that the device will run Windows Phone Update 3 out of the box, and will feature Nokia’s Lumia Black firmware. Verizon is said to unveil the device sometime around Thanksgiving, with availability slated for the holiday season.

SourceWindows Phone Central