Users of the new Nokia Lumia 900 are reportedly facing connection problems
Nokia's newly released Lumia 900 may be suffering from some serious connection problems, according to reports.
The device launched April 8th and has been on the receiving end of some positive reviews, but it seems that the device may be losing data connectivity, leaving users stuck and unable to make use of apps or receive their email.
Users flocked to Nokia's support forums over the weekend complaining that their brand new devices were dropping connectivity, though they were able to make and receive calls and texts.
Users who had ventured out to buy the device contacted Phone Arena when they discovered the problem. Reports suggest that AT&T may be aware of the issue, with one user of a prominent forum (who claims to work for the carrier) commenting, "These devices were mass produced in a plant in Mexico and there is a defect with the IMEI's registering to the data network on 2G, 3G and 4G data."
People facing the problem have claimed that a master reset of the device may help clear the issues up temporarily, but this workaround hasn't solved the matter for all those affected. As a result, some users now have to wait for Nokia to address the issue before they can fully use their brand new smartphone.