Verizon and Nokia are doing a poor job of keeping the Lumia Icon, otherwise known as Lumia 929, a secret. A manual for the upcoming flagship has leaked, along with potential launch info and even official-looking images of the white version (so far, it's been the black version that has leaked).
evleaks has posted an image from the user guide of the Verizon-bound Nokia Lumia Icon that shows a diagram of the different elements of the device. There are no specifications on that diagram, but those are known from previous leaks – 5" 1080p screen, 20MP PureView camera, Snapdragon 800 chipset.
The tweet that revealed the image suggests the Icon will launch on February 5 or March 5. The phone has already been up on Verizon's web site, it has shown its face on video, so the launch can't be far away and we guess smart money is on the earlier of those two dates.
A second source leaked official images of the white version of the Lumia Icon. You can check out official images of the black one here.
There's not much happening on February 5, but March 5 will be just after the MWC madness has subsided. Either way, the launch is fast approaching, but if Nokia drags its feet any longer its flagship will once again be a step behind the Androids (having just caught up with the Lumia 1520).