The demand for the Nokia Lumia 900 is reportedly bigger compared to the supply of the device in a number of retail outlets of AT&T. This comes as earlier reports have indicated that the recent device offering is considered very important for Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Nokia (NYSE:NOK) if they aim to increase their share of the market that is currently being dominated by Android and Apple devices.
Around thirty-six retail outlets of AT&T have reportedly sold out its inventory of the Nokia Lumia 900. Among the more popular versions was the cyan-colored version of the latest smartphone offering of AT&T.
Ten retail outlets that were checked by some industry watchers already saw all of its supply for the cyan-colored version of the Nokia Lumia 900 running out. The same retail outlets also saw a limited number of the back-colored version of the latest entry into the smartphone lineup of AT&T.
A number of the retail outlets are reportedly expected to receive additional units of the Nokia Lumia 900 in the following day while others have revealed that they receive deliveries every single day. However some observers are not quite convinced with the recent sold-out status of the Nokia Lumia 900 in a number of retail outlets since it may be possible that the supply itself was limited at the start.
There were some retail outlets where only a limited number of each color was available for sale and the deliveries for the Nokia Lumia 900 units were not sufficient enough.
It remains uncertain if the company was not expecting the huge demand for the Nokia Lumia 900 or it limited the inventory to sell out all the units. However it is a good sign for the company to have been able to sell out its devices in the US market in a short period of time.