Nokia confirmed on Saturday that they have fixed a software bug in its new device Lumia 900 smartphones which went on sale a week ago in the United States. Nokia said its first 4G phone, which it markets with the strapline “an amazingly fast way to connect”, can occasionally lose its data connection due to this bug. They promised to fix the problem around April 16.
“The update is now available. Consumers now have the opportunity to update their AT&T version Nokia Lumia 900 software,” the firm said.
Lumia 900 is the third Nokia phone to run Microsoft’s Windows operating system since it ditched its own Symbian system last year, and only went on sale in the United States through AT&T on April 8.