Black Friday is knocking on the door that means big savings all around the US. This stands true even in the case of recently released devices like Nokia Corporation (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) Lumia 920. While Walmart is already offering the Lumia 920 for $50, one can purchase a 920 directly from AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) store at quite a low cost.
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Windows Phone 8 might be a distant third in the smartphone market right now. However, it has managed to grab a great deal of attention for its newest OS, thanks to its great ad campaign. Now the question is should anyone consider buying Nokia Lumia 920? If Windows Phone 8 is one of the things that you are looking for, there are not many phones to compete with this flagship device. The bad news is that AT&T is the only choice for the device. That is why users, who do not get good coverage, would want to give this handset a pass.
It must also be noted here that the Windows Phone 8 phones like Nokia Lumia 920 have attracted some negative attention lately owing to some rebooting problems and criticisms about the battery life.
Shares of the company are up another 8%, extending its weekly gain to 35% as Nokia Lumia 920 seems to have discovered a sweet spot in German smartphone market.
There are indications that the handset is faring well in Germany. It has already been successful in making it to the Amazon’s list of Top 10 best selling phones with service plans. The smartphone has been ranked 2nd, as checked on Monday morning.
According to a statement posted on Facebook by Nokia Deutschland, some retail partners of Nokia in Germany have experienced Nokia Lumia 920 stock-outs ever since the device was available at the beginning of this month.
Nokia has said that high demands by customers have led to stock-outs of the new Lumia 920. The company has assured that it is working on making sure everyone gets all models in all colors in Germany the soonest possible.