Nokia Lumia 900 launch pushed back to May, blame US demand

25 April, 2012 | Comments (92) | Post your comment

If you are one of those waiting for the international launch of Lumia 900, we have some disappointing news. According to a Nokia’s spokesman, the Lumia 900 will launch in the UK on May 14 as opposed to previously expected April 27.

The reason is reportedly very simple – the high demand for Lumia 900 in the USA that Nokia must satisfy. So AT&T’s exclusivity will remain intact for a few more weeks.

Actually, as Nokia later pointed out, it has never given us exact launch date beyond the Q2 (April - June) time frame, so this shouldn’t be counted as a delay at all.

The spokesman talked specifically for the Phones4U UK availability, but we guess it should apply for the whole international launch as well.

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Nokia Lumia 900 launch pushed back to May, blame US demand - reader comments

  • Anonymous

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  • 2012-04-26 20:32
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  • 2012-04-26 20:19
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i think the guy never told windows phones 7 are coming to verizon,he only told windows phone.lumia 900 is at&t exclusive in u.s,also there wont be another windows device soon. from nokia other than lumia 610,which mostly will be for asian market...

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