UK TV viewers were last night given a first look at the Lumia device Nokia's expected to launch tomorrow.
The handset was revealed in an ad break on Channel 4 on Sunday evening, with the short commercial focusing on the phone's camera hardware.
While the teaser ad gave few details away about the device, the lingering shots of the camera flash and aluminium body would seem to add credence to recent rumours that Nokia is planning to launch a 41-megapixel Lumia using the sensor tech it initially developed for the PureView 808, its last Symbian device.
The 928 launch followed not long behind the debut of a new Asha device, the latest in a long line of handsets running Nokia's venerable Series 40 operating system. The 2G device, known as the 501, comes with a touchscreen and Nokia's new Fastlane skin, which displays the last-used social media tool or apps.