Some inside media sources are reporting that Nokia’s new high tech smart phone Lumia 900 will be coming in the United States somewhere in March.
Earlier, a newsletter was also published on the Nokia Developer Website stating,
“It will become available exclusively through AT&T in March. With support for AT&T’s 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network, the Nokia Lumia 900 Smartphone will offer high-performance web browsing with Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile, as well as both video and audio streaming.”
Soon after Nokia revealed the Lumia 900 in concurrence with this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, many analysts came forward to review its potential market prospects in the near future.
Jan Dawson, who is an analyst for research and consulting firm Ovum, has written in a statement signifying, “This device signals several things: firstly, that Nokia’s serious about the U.S., launching arguably the flagship Lumia device in the U.S. before
the rest of the world. Secondly, that Nokia has the clout with Windows Phone to allow it to be first to market with an LTE device; and thirdly, that AT&T is now seriously into the business of offering LTE phones.”
Currently, Nokia’s entire management is relying heavily on Windows Phone to support its own market share globally which is decreasing every day with the invasion of Android and I-Phone.