Finland-based mobile handset maker, Nokia has released a corrective patch for its Windows Phone 7-based smartphone Lumia 900. The patch will fix the connection problems experienced by the Nokia Lumia 900 users. This amazing Windows Phone 7 platform-based smartphone was launched in the United States last week via carrier AT&T.
Nokia is quite optimistic about this new generation of Windows Phone smartphone, as it hopes that the Lumia 900 will help it improve its market share in the U.S. The North American market has always been complicated for Nokia. But, its partnership with the software giant Microsoft may help the company to overcome some of its previous issues. Therefore, the discovery of a bug that can lead to data connectivity-related issues was a jolt to the company.
Reacting promptly to the outcry of Lumia 900 owners having data issues, Nokia took no time in assuring them that the problem is minor, and promised that a corrective patch would be released quickly. This promise has been held with the announcement that a firmware upgrade correcting this issue is now available.
It is mentionable that AT&T is offering a handsome $100 credit for users who will buy Nokia Lumia 900 with a two-year contract with AT&T before April 21, 2012. The smartphone costs $100 with a two-year AT&T contract that means you stand a great chance for having this cool device for free.