AT&T users get to play with the latest and greatest Windows Phone have to offer, while Verizon users are left in the dark. That’s not exactly fair, right? Nokia knows that too and the company would soon be releasing Lumia 929 for Verizon customers.
A short 45 seconds video of the phone was posted by a user in the WPCentral forums. The video sheds some light on the phone, while majority of the specs are still under cover. Among other things, the squarish build of the phone reminds us somewhat of the Lumia 928. Nokia has also gone for nano SIM on the phone, something it really didn’t wan’t to use in its phones in the past.
The phone would esentially be a smaller version of the Lumia 1520 and would come packing a 1080p display and Snapdragon 800 processor. The 20MP Pureview camera is also expected to be a part of the package. The phone is also believed to skip on microSD slot. Instead, Verizon would be providing users with 32GB and 64GB internal memory options.
There’s no word on when the phone would be announced, but a Thanksgiving launch window is being expected.