Nokia seems to have finally gotten it right with Lumia 920. The Finnish phone maker's flagship device running on Windows Phone 8 has reportedly received over 2.5 million pre-orders worldwide and is nearly sold out in the US. A report in Yahoo China stated that the number of advance bookings worldwide for Nokia Lumia 920 were over 2.5 million in less than three weeks.
The smartphone, available in five colours, was launched in September this year and started shipping in France, UK, Russia and Germany in late October and early November.
Lumia 920, which costs just $99 on contract with AT&T, is sold out on Amazon.com. According to media reports, the black coloured version of the smartphone is out of stock on AT&T's own website. On the other hand, it carries waiting time of 1-2 weeks for yellow and cyan versions, but is still available in white and red colours.
The device is expected to launch in India in late November or early December, though nothing has been confirmed by the company.
Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch ClearBlack Display screen with PureMotion HD+ technology. The device runs on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Krait processor with 1GB RAM. Available with 32GB of onboard memory but no microSD card support, Lumia 920 has an 8.7MP rear camera and 1.3MP front snapper.