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Software Bug Hits Nokia Lumia 900

Posted on April 11, 2012
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Just when Nokia seems to be taking a turn for the better after news about its Lumia 900 doing well in online sales went around, their flagship smartphone in North America gets hit with a software bug that could turn away potential consumers.

According to Nokia, the bug causes its first 4G smartphone to occasionally lose its data connection.

Nokia also announced that a software update is in the works, which they claim fixes the “memory management issue” related to phone software. The update is set to be available by April 16.

To please its complaining customers, Nokia is offering those who have bought the Lumia 900, or who buys one until before April 21, a $100 bill credit to AT&T. It is like Nokia gives away the phone for free.

Although Nokia remains the world’s biggest cellphone maker by volume, it has lost its top spot among profitable smartphone companies last year to Apple and Google, largely due to its weak performance in the United States.

Source: Toronto Star

Photo credit: Rick Fowler/ Reuters

 
 

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