We saw the first ever leaked photos of Nokia Lumia 928 last week, after it had been discovered for the smartphone to be released on Verizon. Today, a popular parts reseller sheds more light on its internal parts that indicate the presence of a bigger battery and a Super Amoled Display, instead of IPS LCD present in Lumia 920. Another change apparently been discovered is the location of the mic, which instead of being at the bottom of the phone now resides just below the device’s Home button.

AMOLED (Active-Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) is relatively a new technology which is mainly known for providing excellent color contrasts and deeper blacks and is mainly found in high-end Samsung smartphones and some low-end Nokia smartphones as well. AMOLED panel is quite thinner than other displays on the market, as a result of which Lumia 928 display is reportedly thinner and lighter than 920 display. Also, this thinner display will serve more space for the battery.

While the Nokia Lumia 920 offers satisfactory battery life, as seen from Ubergizmo’s Lumia 920 review, it’s certainly not the “Wow!” factor when compared to other smartphones like Motorola Razor HD. Now it looks like Nokia is determined to take it a step further in terms of extending battery life.