This, more so than the 6 inch Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet, is the phone to watch to see if Windows Phone is about to make a move on Android and/or iOS. With similar specs to some of the high-end Android phones now available, we will be able to see on a level playing field whether Microsoft really does have something brewing here. And if so, we should see developers start adding Windows Phone versions of their apps to the Windows Phone Store.
Oh! We forgot to mention the built-in Qi wireless charging that comes with the Nokia Lumia 929 and we should also let you know that the phone should be launched via Big Red during the third week in November. It is expected to be priced at $199 with a signed two-year contract and $599 off-contract.
Screenshots of the Nokia Lumia 929 in black and white
source: @evleaks via NokiaPowerUser