As most of us are aware by now, the Nokia Lumia 900 was plagued by a 4G connectivity bug which didn’t let the users access the internet. And Nokia was quick to respond by promising a fix scheduled for April 16th. But Nokia seems to have found a fix early and has made the update available ahead of time. The update is currently being rolled out on Zune and it has pretty much dealt with the bug. This goes to show that Nokia is willing to do anything to make the Lumia 900 a hit with the customers. The smartphone has had a pretty decent run in the U.S, but this bug hampered the sales a little. But Nokia gave the users an option to return it back to the stores in exchange for a new one or wait for the update.
So if you’re a Lumia 900 user, you will receive the update now and the 4G network should be working just fine. It is commendable how Nokia took up this issue and resolved it within a few days. This should boost the smartphone’s sales a little as both AT&T and the company has nothing going against it now. Have you picked up a Lumia 900? What do you think about the new update? Let us know in the comments below.