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All Lumia 900 models still in top 10 of Amazon’s best-sellers in AT&T list. Lumia 800C continues its 2nd ranking in China-Telecom sales ranking.

Though many of us might have guessed that “no upgrade path of Lumia 900 to WP8” may lead many prospective buyers to cancel their plans to  buy  Lumia 900. But seems that at least there is no impact on the “online sales” of Lumia 900 in USA. All three models Black,Cyan and White are holding 2nd, 5th and 9th rankings in top ten “best-seller phones in AT&T” at Amazon.

May be this has something to do with the amazing and unbeatable price at which it is available in USA and especially on Amazon (From $49.99). Anyways good and encouraging news for Nokia.

Similarly Lumia 800C  Cyan version continues to hold second ranking sales wise just behind iPhone 4S on major operator China Telecom. This is really good performance by Lumia 800C considering potential  and competition in China’s smartphone Market.

Amazon’s  link

China Telecom link

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Nayan
Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long. He currently sports a Lumia 950 XL and Nexus 5X. Other interests include listening to Nu-Metal Hits and Kick-Boxing. Write to him at Email: [email protected]
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  • That’s highly unlikely. One of the major benefits of windows 8 and windows phone 8 is that developers can create their apps for Windows 8 and windows phone 8 at the same time. If they were going to create an app for windows phone 7 they would have by now. I wouldn’t expect any new apps when windows 8 is released, except Nokia exclusive apps that Nokia paid developers to create and these will die down once Nokia releases a windows 8 phone. If Nokia was going to take care of their customers they would have mentioned that in the many interviews after the press conference. Especially, since the Nokia Lumia 900 is plummeting on Amazon’s Best Sellers list, even though it’s only a penny. Nokia can’t even give the phone away. My wife just bought a Nokia Lumia 900 with a two year contract and I was begging her to allow me to get a Nokia 900 too, but since the press conference my begging immediately stopped. Nokia, Microsoft and AT&T screwed millions of people with their big marketing push for a phone they knew they weren’t going to update. Microsoft even created a page explaining all the 7.8 update features here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsphone/en-US/cmpn/windows-phone-7-5-news.aspx

    Doesn’t sound too exciting. Why even bother creating the page. This tells me that 7.8 is just a skin, considering “100,000 apps” isn’t part of the update and neither is “More Love from Nokia”.

  • Lou L.

    Thanks for sharing this nice information. this is really amazing, this phone is standing up nicely to all those big android new releases

    I think the customers simply pay more attention the great features of this phone, (Excellent phone never dropping calls, seamless Outlook/Exchange server integration no other OS got, powerful mobile Office center with SkyDrive office app, worldwide offline map turn by turn navigation, amazingly strong GPS signal, unmatchable email/texting experience, nail hammering build quality even on the front side…). For a Lumia 900 owner like me, for the a few hardware related new updates on WP8, I really do not care them too much.

    As for the continued update support and new Apps, I am sure Nokia and MS will take care of me very well, exactly the same way I got $100 credit for a minor connection bug I never experienced and easily fixiable with a software update. plus, in the next 2 year of a phone cycle, I am sure most windows phone app developers will publish their new app in both win7.5/8 format since majority windows phone out there are win7.5

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  • Lou L.

    Thanks for sharing this nice information. this is really amazing, this phone is standing up nicely to all those big android new releases

    I think the customers simply pay more attention the great features of this phone, (Excellent phone never dropping calls, seamless Outlook/Exchange server integration no other OS got, powerful mobile Office center with SkyDrive office app, worldwide offline map turn by turn navigation, amazingly strong GPS signal, unmatchable email/texting experience, nail hammering build quality even on the front side…). For a Lumia 900 owner like me, for the a few hardware related new updates on WP8, I really do not care them too much.

    As for the continued update support and new Apps, I am sure Nokia and MS will take care of me very well, exactly the same way I got $100 credit for a minor connection bug I never experienced and easily fixiable with a software update. plus, in the next 2 year of a phone cycle, I am sure most windows phone app developers will publish their new app in both win7.5/8 format since majority windows phone out there are win7.5

    • Thanks for liking our post and your nicely detailed reply!!

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