Nokia Lumia 900 release date finally confirmed

By: Locke
January 13th, 2012
6:34 am

Nokia Lumia 900 release date finally confirmed

Can't wait to get your hands on the Nokia Lumia 900? Good, because now we have a much better idea about the release date than "the coming months."


The important part is right there at the end:
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And it will become available exclusively through AT&T in March
It may not be as pinpointed as Paul Thurrott's prediction of March 18, but unlike that prediction this news is coming from Nokia in official publication. The publication in question is actually an official newsletter sent to developers by Nokia. So mark your calendars, folks, break out the wallets, and get ready to shell out the cash when March rolls around, the Lumia 900 is finally coming to our shores.

Speaking of, what do you guys think about the Lumia 900? Is it on your to-buy list? Picking it up launch day or saving it for a special occasion? Hoping for an excellent birthday or Christmas present maybe?

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4 comments on "Nokia Lumia 900 release date finally confirmed"

  • B777Forever
    January 13, 2012 at 12:39 pm

    >exclusively through AT&T

    I hope they sell a unlocked version here in the U.S then.

  • Locke
    January 13, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Originally Posted by B777Forever
    >exclusively through AT&T

    I hope they sell a unlocked version here in the U.S then.
    They aren't, but the 800 is being sold unlocked, and they'll be making other phones for other carriers.

  • Prodigy
    January 16, 2012 at 8:31 am

    any idea if this is coming to verizon?

  • Locke
    January 16, 2012 at 8:49 am

    Originally Posted by Prodigy
    any idea if this is coming to verizon?
    The rumor is going around that further upgrades to the 900 will be made available to other carriers 45 days after release on AT&T, but best as I can tell the only source for this is Paul Thurrott, who's not affiliated with Microsoft or Nokia. He's been right on some things, but I'll believe it when I see it. What we do have from Nokia, however, is that other carriers will be getting attention from them. Whether it'll be the 900, variants thereof, or completely different phones is unknown.



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