Finland-based handset maker, Nokia has released a software fix for the memory management problem in its newly launched Lumia 900 smartphones.
Nokia had admitted that there was a problem with the device a few days later after it was launched on April 8 over the Easter weekend. The software fix is now available for download from Nokia's official website. The company has said that it identified an error that lead to lost data connectivity sometimes.
It pointed out that problem was with software and the phone's hardware or the network is not affected with the flaw. The company said, "We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and as a gesture of goodwill, we are offering a $100 AT&T bill credit to everyone who has already purchased a Nokia Lumia 900 or who will purchase one before April 21."
The Nokia Lumia 900 features dual cameras; an 8-MP camera with a lens from Carl Zeiss and a front-facing camera for videoconferencing. The device ahs an impressive 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack display and is powered by a 1.4-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Lumia 900 will come with an available storage of 14.5 GB.
The device will run on AT&T's high-speed LTE network. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had earlier said that the handset will be promoted across the 2,400 U. S. stores of Microsoft. Experts say that the success of the device in the US market will determine the future of Nokia and the Windows Phone platform.
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