While we already know that Nokia is getting ready to unveil to the world two Windows Phone 8 devices as soon as this week, we still don’t have an official confirmation on the matter.
However, following the emergence of photos with the two mobile phones, supposedly Lumia 820 and Lumia 920, some more info on the latter has leaked online, enabling us to make a better idea on the device.
Expected to become available for purchase as Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the Lumia 920 is now said to be en-route to shelves with wireless charging capabilities inside.
The smartphone will arrive on shelves with a magnetic strip hidden in the back, providing the capability to charge the device wirelessly.
Moreover, the guys over at The Verge suggest that the phone will include support for the Qi wireless power standard, which will make it compatible with other wireless charging products.
Lumia 920 was also rumored to hit shelves with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor inside, as well as with 1GB of RAM.
Additionally, it should feature 32GB of internal memory, though info on a possible microSD memory card slot hasn’t been provided as of yet.
The phone was confirmed with a 4.5-inch HD touchscreen display on the front, as well as with an 8-megapixel PureView photo snapper on the back. A 1.3-megapixel camera will be present on the phone’s front.
Although of only 8-megapixel, the Lumia 920 should still provide a great imaging experience courtesy of the PureView technology packed inside it, the news site notes.
Nokia and Microsoft have already announced plans to unveil Windows Phone 8-related products on Wednesday, and Lumia 920 is expected to make its official debut on that day.
However, the smartphone might not arrive on shelves until later this year, most probably being set for an October or November release. Stay tuned for more info on the matter.