The Nokia Lumia 900 is apparently plagued by an internet connectivity bug, which is believed to have caused a lull in its sales as we mentioned yesterday. But now, contrasting reports are coming through suggesting otherwise. The Lumia 900 currently tops Amazon’s list of best sellers. With the Black and Cyan variants sticking at position 1 and 2 respectively, it seems like the smartphone is doing well in the States after all. Following the Lumia 900 are smartphones like the Motorola Droid 3, HTC Rezound etc.
It seems like the massive marketing campaign has worked out well for Nokia. Couple that with the fact that the handset is being offered for a great bargain. So it’s basically a steal for the buyers. It is hard to tell if the smartphone will be able to stand up against droids like the HTC One XL when it makes its way to the stores eventually.
The actual sales numbers of the Lumia 900 are not known yet, but it does seem like a good start. AT&T has mentioned that the Lumia has “exceeded” its expectations, but until the numbers are made public, we remain skeptical. As for the internet connection bug on the smartphone, Nokia has mentioned that it was spotted only in a handful of Lumia 900 smartphones and that a fix will be rolled out on Monday (April 16). But if the users can’t wait until then, they can head over to the nearest AT&T store to get it replaced.