Nokia: We’re Building Lumia 900s as Fast as We Can
From All Things D:
“The inventory situation is primarily a function of demand because we are seeing that most customers are opting to keep their units and simply update via Zune,” Nokia spokeswoman Karen Lachtanski told AllThingsD. “So the impact of customer swaps is insignificant. We are producing more devices to satisfy demand as quickly as possible.”
That’s a good sign, indeed. And further evidence that sales are exceeding expectations, as Paul Roth, AT&T’s president of retail sales and service, recently claimed.
Oh, and by the way.
"Looks like the software glitch that plagued early versions of the handset — and prompted Nokia to offer replacement devices to consumers affected by it — hasn’t had much of an effect on inventory. The company says that far more consumers have opted to patch their Lumias with the software Nokia has provided than have swapped them for new ones at a local AT&T store."
Contorary to what other think. ;)