Verizon to release Nokia’s Lumia 928!

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In an attempt to win over users from Apple and Samsung, Finish mobile phone maker, Nokia, has struck a deal with Verizon Wireless to sell its new smartphone.

Verizon, the largest wireless carrier in the United States, is set to reveal a plan in May to offer Nokia’s Lumia 928, according to inside sources.   The phone has wireless charging, an 8-megapixel camera, 4.5-inch touch screen and a metal body.  It will run on Microsoft‘s Windows software, just like the other Lumias.

This will be the first time a high-end Lumia will be sold by New Jersey based Verizon Wireless, Basking Ridge, which has an estimated 100 million customers.  Based out of Espoo, Finland, Nokia has struggled to rebound in the  smartphone market share in the United States since their peak in 2001.

Nokia shares have gained as much as 2 percent, which erases earlier losses, and changed at 2.39 euros at 2:08 pm  in Helsinki.  Heading for their sixth straight annual drop, Nokia has tumbled 19 percent this year.

Both Nokia’s spokesperson, James Etheridge, and Verizon Wireless Spokesperson, Brenda Raney, declined to comment.

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