has decided to promote its popular Lumia
900 phone, not in the conventional way, but rather with a more creative idea. In order to promote the pink Lumia 900 phone, they decided to launch a matching pink nail polish.
One of the significant hits given yesterday by Microsoft
refers to the lack of possibility to upgrade to the new OS – Windows Phone 8
– for the owners of Lumia smartphones, even for the owners of high-end models such as Nokia Lumia 900.
Good news came late today for all those Lumia 900 owners out there. It appears that Nokia has officially released the software update to resolve the handset's data connectivity issues -- a full three days early, in fact. Users may download the software through either Zune on the PC or Windows Phone 7 Connector on the Mac. For those who'd prefer to swap out their handset at an AT&T store, you have between now and April 21st to complete the exchange. Naturally, the limited-time offer remains in place for all those who purchase a Lumia 900 to receive a $100 credit
to their AT&T phone bill.Developing...
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By now, you're well aware of the Lumia 900
, the LTE-wielding Windows Phone that's set to do battle with the Titan II
on AT&T. While we're still looking to a March arrival
, if you happen to live close to a Microsoft retail store, you can pre-order one of these fine handsets for yourself today. We reached out to the folks in Redmond
to confirm the news, who tell us that a Lumia 900 -- which has yet to be blessed with an official price -- can be secured for just $25. Of course, if you're nowhere within reach of a Microsoft outlet, well, it appears you've got a long drive ahead of you. Anyone road tripping it for this one?
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