"Recent data and comments suggest the phone performed well, but not great. After a strong start, sales petered. While AT&T was initially enthusiastic about the Lumia 900, it isn't saying much about the phone now.Just how well did Nokia's Lumia 900 do? | Mobile - CNET News
More importantly, the Lumia 900 failed to break into the minds of consumers and establish Windows Phone as a heavyweight in the smartphone industry, behind only Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Still, the phone did well enough to keep Nokia in the game, even if it remains a lesser known player. Less clear is whether it will get another shot as a headliner at a U.S. carrier now that it has lost its flagship slot at AT&T."
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Just how well did Nokia's Lumia 900 do? | Mobile - CNET News
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