Nokia’s new flagship Lumia 928 for Verizon is reportedly scheduled for a launch in May. Bloomberg reports that Verizon will “unveil a plan next month” for the Lumia 928, which reportedly features a “metal body” alongside a 4.5-inch screen, an 8-megapixel camera, and wireless charging. The Verge’s own sources have previously indicated that Nokia will not be using an aluminum frame for this particular device, opting instead for a thinner polycarbonate body. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop recently hinted at a new Lumia due “later this quarter” with a hero status on a leading US carrier ahead of “a season of new product introductions.” Elop didn’t name-check the Lumia 928 specifically, but he has previously refused to answer questions about the model. Leaked photos of the device surfaced earlier this month, showing a similar handset to Nokia’s existing Lumia 920 with the addition of a Xenon flash at the rear.