AT&T confirmed that Nokia’s flagship Lumia 900 on which the carrier spend around $150 million over marketing budget and which was earlier completely sold out and is out of stock, is now back in stock. Nokia had confirmed the data connection problems that some early buyers have seen on the Lumia 900, stating the issue are memory management issue. Furthermore, the company confirms that the problem is because of a software bug not a hardware issue or a problem with AT&T’s LTE network.
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