Nokia lumia 900 out of stock in at&t, still available in amazon

Perfect industrial design plus a modest price tag makes the Nokia lumia 900 selling like hotcakes. For now, if you are looking for a purchase, the only option you have will be the black model on amazon, which still clings to the very top of the chart in the best seller category.

There’s speculation that contracts us, who fervently expecting a real, worthy competitor in the smartphone eco. That the reason of the out of stock situation is Nokia pulling out the models for fixing the connectivity issues. Well in my opinion, this doesn’t hold water, as the connectivity issue is fixable with software update which is already available for download. The sexy hardware is flying off the shelves, let’s just hope that with this, Nokia can come back and bring some real competition to the smartphone world.

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