Nokia has released its top Smartphone – Lumia 900 – in U.S. and it seems that some problems have occurred. In Lumia 800′s case they recognized that Wi-Fi and autonomy are not ok.
They released several updates to address these problems. Ultimately it’s not easy to launch a new platform phones in less than eight months – the announcement of Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, February 2011 to October 2011 when the Lumia Series was officially presented.
In an official blog post is recognized that in some cases was found a bug and the data connection was immediatly lost. From April 16 will be released via Zune an software update that will solve this problem. In the AT&T stores clients may choose to change a Lumia 900 with one that has been updated the new version of software.
AT&T and Nokia offers $100 credit that can be deducted from bills for the telephone operator who purchases the phone until April 21, 2012. Lumia 900 costs with subscription about $99. One can say that is acquired almost for free.
Lumia 900 was been received well in the U.S., where Finnish Smartphone ranked 1 and 2 on amazon.com, by black and blue color.