First Pic Of Nokia Lumia 920 Verizon Variant Arrives?

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Sometimes, it feels like we throw the “blurrycam” label around in jest a bit more than it’s deserved. Perhaps we should go easy on leaked pics that are just a tad out-of-focus and save the word for cases like this, where the picture is little more than one big smear of color. So, just what the heck are we supposed to be looking at here? Well, if the source is to be believed, this could be our very first look at the rumored Nokia Lumia 922, the Lumia 920 variant that could be in the works for Verizon.

The image, supposedly of the phone’s camera (it looks a bit more like a flash than a lens), comes from NokiaPureView on Twitter, the same account that was spreading rumors of the Verizon 920 yesterday. Back then it talked about how the phone would be slightly different from the actual 920, measuring-in a bit thinner and supposedly weighing less, too.

Now, it may seem foolish to try analyzing an image like this one, but that’s not stopping anyone. Some people claim to see signs of a bulge on the phone’s back, and marry that with those reports of a thinner phone to suggest the camera will be sticking out a bit. Honestly, that may be the case, but it’s just so hard to say with any certainty that it barely seems worth considering. Maybe when we can see things a little more clearly we can form some better guesses.

Source: NokiaPureView (Twitter)
Via: WPCentral

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