Nokia acknowledges Lumia 900 data problems, offers fix, generous compensation

On their official Nokia Conversations blog, Nokia has acknowledges a “memory management problem” with the Nokia Lumia 900 which could (and obviously has in many instances) led to loss of data connectivity.

Nokia is offering a firmware update on the 16th April to fix the issue, and is also suggesting if punters can not wait that long, that buyers swap their current device for one which already has the update.

Nokia also apologized, and if offering any Lumia 900 buyers before 21st April 2012 a $100 credit to their AT&T bill.

On an unrelated note, Nokia has also said they saw a “very positive response” on the day of the launch, making it the first official acknowledgement of the performance of the handset.

Read more at Nokia Conversations here.

Thanks Julio for the tip.

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