By Stephen Schenck | April 15, 2013 10:53 AM
A little over a month back, we heard a number of rumors about the Nokia Lumia 928. While the jury’s still out on some of them, others have found themselves some recent corroboration, like the mention of a xenon flash that seems to be present on the leaked renders we’ve since had a chance to examine. Now one more of those details is sounding confirmed, as a new report attempts to detail the 928′s display.
It was previously mentioned the the 928 may ditch the 920′s LCD screen in favor of an AMOLED component, and according to Etrade Supply, which seems to have gotten its hand on an early source for the 928′s display and touch panel, this will indeed be the case.
Beyond just trying to confirm that detail, Etrade also manages to show us how the 928 compares to the 920, appearing noticeably taller; it’s about half a centimeter longer than its predecessor. As a result, the display appears more centered in regards to the face of the phone.