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Nokia acknowledges Lumia 900 issues, offers a fix

11 April, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Nokia acknowledges Lumia 900 issues, offers a fix - read the full textNokia Lumia 900 has become available just recently and exclusively (for now) for AT&T in the USA. Unfortunately, some users reported inability to establish or loss of data connection. Often those people were cut off from the LTE network completely. Nokia’s response came rather quickly – the...


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WOW another fail from Nokia!!!!!! WP dead platform MEGA LOL.

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  • 2012-04-12 18:22
  • qasT

> In reply to Marco @ 2012-04-12 10:36 from 5i4e - click to readyou are too much crazy, Be cool. Nokia was a king in mobile market for 10 years. Nokia lost his tract. this is a lesson for a Nokia. this is a time to watch about sammy activity. thats also not enough good. time will say everything. android or windows phone. i hope Windows phone 8 may be bring some change about mobile condition.

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  • 2012-04-12 17:41
  • Kh2B

> In reply to irfrogg @ 2012-04-12 15:42 from NhvV - click to readOf course there is a subscription as with most contracts, but you can check them on

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  • 2012-04-12 17:07
  • iIR0

to be honest stop debating here this is the point

if want which has nice overall experience on the phone go for wp7

but if want to hack application or games defifnitely this is not the phone for you.. android phones are for this type

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  • 2012-04-12 16:22
  • v0Xt

> In reply to JP @ 2012-04-12 14:41 from iIR0 - click to readWhere are the links to for those free phones, No Monthly subscription payment?

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  • 2012-04-12 15:42
  • NhvV

I believe Nokia did an amazing job! Given the quick turn around to fix the issue. My last phone before my Nokia Lumia 800 which I love was a Samsung Galaxy S2 and it took Samsung over three months to send out a patch to fix it's HSDPA+ data connection issues and after the patch was finally send out my handset apps keep locking up and closing even after wiping it 2 or 3 times.

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  • 2012-04-12 15:38
  • vuy2

why would bother with n900 , nokia come on you've left behind dont you see that?

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  • 2012-04-12 15:18
  • iFXx

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-04-12 05:19 from keqR - click to readYou asked in your thread to name one Android phone tolaunch for free in the UK.

On o2-uk
Sony Xperia S - Free
HTC ONE X - Free
HTC ONE S - Free

Sorry Buddy, your talking rubbish.

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  • 2012-04-12 14:41
  • iIR0

Why would i buy a a faulty Nokia

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  • 2012-04-12 14:29
  • kxPC

Looks like nokia is still in beta smart phone stage! Ha ha

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  • 2012-04-12 14:09
  • n5iV

all lumias are pants id never have another after my lumia800.Loads of faults.Nokia had the chance and blew it.They would be competing at the top level now if they had made the right choice.For al those fanboys who say the 900 will be a hit need to live in the real world.

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  • 2012-04-12 13:02
  • M3s@

Hopefully Nokia will fix the issues as soon as possible so that the consumers won't face the problem in future.

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  • 2012-04-12 12:18
  • 2Z3f

Hopefully Nokia will fix the issues as soon as possible so that the consumers won't face the problem in future.

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  • 2012-04-12 12:17
  • 2Z3f

> In reply to Verbal_Criminal @ 2012-04-12 09:24 from 9Lax - click to readIn My Arrogant Opinion

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  • 2012-04-12 10:48
  • vaSn

> In reply to Whatchasay @ 2012-04-12 04:38 from 4$ve - click to readSamsung sells much due to mass marketing and perhaps even more. Here in Norway, Samsung commercials are the only commercial hanging from the roofs, and posted in their windows, of NetCom (one of the country's biggest carriers and part of TeliaSonera) retailers. Motorola was not allowed in NetCom's franchise stores, despite the fact that NetCom was supposed to be a official retailer for Motorola.

On to their webstore, Motorola did not even get their own category - you had to search by name, and they made it MORE expensive to buy with contract than without from other online stores.

After just a few months they even removed all Motorola phones from their webstore. probably when confronted on why they have them in their online store and not allowed in retailers. . .

Not only that, we have two or three major national consumer advising sites for gadget testing, sites that consumer programmes shown on national TV use for testing phones. Last December, long after RAZR had arrived and been tested by them on their sites, they excluded it (and Atrix) from their test for cosnumer advising TV shows, and yet included a recommendation of the then unreleased Galaxy note.

Same again a few weeks ago while testing phones below NOK 3000. The Atrix is a golden choice here at NOK 2600, but not tested at all. Even if it's the only dual-core 1Gb qHD in this price range, and they have tested it previously on their sites.

Prices in NOK may not mean musch to many here, but to give you and impression; Norway was of the first countries the SII was launched in a year ago, it's normal webstore price right now is about NOK 4095. The much newer Motorola RAZR was launched November/December, and it's ordinary price now is NOK 3179. That's how much Sammy owners pay for marketing.

Sammy pays a lot for marketing and therefore sells much, because that's the phones people see everywhere they look. Apple get tonns of free marketing every day in every article about any phone and/or tablet, and they sell much.

Motorola has about 0 % money spent on advertising here in Norway, but at least those of us able to look ourselves, can get a RAZR for about NOK 1000 ($173) less than the SII. The SII is 29 % more expensive than the RAZR, even though the RAZR is newer, thinner, has higher res on newer type display, with more innovating solutions such as Webtop (which Sony is copying now), MotoCast, Smart Actions (that Samsung eventually will copy on future phones [SII]) and more. Not to mention the materials, plastic SII versus KEVLAR RAZR. And it has bigger battery, and the RAZR MAXX even bigger at about the same price in the US, so most likely about the same price when launched in Europe.

Back on topic. Nokia had a fault on their phone, fix will be out and available in about four days from now. They have given a 100$ compensation to each customer, and offers customer to trade in their phones to one without this fault. They can't do much more, nor should they need to. No SII owners here received any apology from Sammy concerning their messed up ICS update with it's buggyness and lack of features, which most who are able to downgrade from - already have.

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  • 2012-04-12 10:36
  • 5i4e

One stupid mistake after another. Nokia is done for, finish, gone case, kapoo

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  • 2012-04-12 10:21
  • ucx%

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-04-12 09:07 from keqR - click to readQuite Agree on that for china.

Not to forget Nokia has the so called 'fanbase' in India,pakisthan , bangaldesh, Indonesia , Parts of middle east etc etc.

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  • 2012-04-12 09:40
  • PTij

> In reply to Gpux @ 2012-04-12 08:54 from XMiw - click to readi always encounter that word/abbreviation "imao"

i wonder what that is...

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  • 2012-04-12 09:24
  • 9Lax

> In reply to blueglue @ 2012-04-12 08:54 from PTij - click to readHighly doubt it. In China, Q4 2011 ended up with Android devices making up 70% of all smart phones sales for the year of 2011. In China, even Nokia has lost their brand luster. That's why today Nokia price per share was under $5.00.

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  • 2012-04-12 09:07
  • keqR

> In reply to [deleted post]lmaoo..!

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  • 2012-04-12 08:54
  • XMiw

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