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Nokia Reports Sold Out Lumia 920 Stocks In Germany

Since the Nokia Lumia 920 was launched a couple of weeks ago, it has quickly become a very popular device, even surpassing expectations of Nokia and Microsoft, which powers the device’s Windows Phone 8 operating system.


Whilst the handset was launched as an appealing alternative to market dominating Android and iOS powered devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 5, few could have expected the levels of popularity that the handset has already acheived.


Nokia Germany has taken to its Facebook page, and announced that the device is officially sold out in the country.  It also urges retailers who have any remaining stock to post details on the Facebook page so customers can get their hands on the device.  It also asks anyone who sees the phone for sale to list the shops so they can get their hands on this sought after phone. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 920 News and Reviews and compare top Nokia Lumia 920 Contracts.


Germany is not the only country where there have been reports of the Nokia Lumia 920 selling out.  The UAE has also reported a similar situation, and the device has quickly grown in popularity in the United States.  On the Amazon.com list of bestsellers in the mobile phone category, the Nokia Lumia 920 has dominated the list for quite awhile.  The black version was the second highest selling after the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD 4G, with the white version of the device in third position on the list.  The yellow and blue versions of the Lumia 920 are also on the number 9 and 12 positions respectively.


Nokia has never sold out of a smartphone model before, and the success of the Lumia 920 will surely bring a sigh of relief to the Finnish manufacturer which was somewhat pinning its hopes on the success of this phone after a series of financial woes after its previous smartphone models were largely unable to compete with market dominating phones like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 4S.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QH25RVNTUIAU7HT6DQ7CONEO2U havasu46

    Go Nokia, it’s about time.