We've heard about the Nokia Lumia 928 off-and-on this year, reporting early in March that the handset had surfaced in Verizon's inventory log, having been placed nearly two months earlier than that on January 17. A couple months later, it was tipped that the Lumia 928 would have an aluminum body and some other googies. Now an image of the handset has been posted by @evleaks.
The image isn't accompanied by much data, except that it is black, destined for Verizon, and will be available this year. According to information that surfaced in March, the Lumia 928, which is an upgraded Lumia 920, will have an aluminum body, a Xenon flash for the rear camera, and its new name. It'll support 4G LTE, and will be available to Verizon subscribers.
According to that source, the handset was set to launch in April some time, meaning there's a chance we could see it roll out this month. There's said to be a "slightly curved back," with the thinnest part measuring it at a svelte 10.2mm, making it smaller than the Lumia 920. It is also said that the device will have a more squared shape akin to the Lumia 720.
You can see in the image above that the handset is, indeed, rather square shaped, and you can also see the rounded edges on the rear shot. The image shows Verizon branding on the upper-right side of the device's face. Aside from an 8-megapixel rear camera, there's not much else currently known about the device, but while we wait for it to be unveiled, you can check out our Lumia 920 review to get an idea of what to expect.