Its a case of "good news, bad news" for Nokia, Microsoft and AT&T. The good news? Theres more evidence that sales of the Nokia Lumia 900 are doing very well. The bad news? There may not be enough units available for everyone that wants one.
AT&Ts online store now indicates that the wireless carrier is temporarily sold out of both the cyan and the black matte versions of the Lumia 900. That would seem to corroborate statements made earlier this week from Paul Roth, AT&T’s president of retail sales, who said that sales of the Lumia 900 have exceeded the companys expectations.
The flip side of all this good news is that Nokia may not have shipped enough units of the Lumia 900 to meet its demand. Some potential customers may not decide to wait around and could pick another smartphone, which means Nokia loses out on some sales.
Of course, a sell out on AT&Ts online site doesnt mean there are no Lumia 900 units available to purchase. You can possibly go to your local AT&T retail store and pick up a unit, although we would recommend calling ahead first to see if they have any in stock. Other online retailers such as Amazon still seem to have units available as well.