There have been several articles in the past that suggested that the Nokia Lumia 920 was selling like hotcakes and to a certain extent that is true, but on the flipside it seems that another reason why retailers find it hard to keep the handset in stock is because Nokia has been having some supply issues which meant that there wasn’t enough phones to go around. Well the good news is that if you were planning on picking up a Lumia 920, you might be pleased to learn that according to Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop, he revealed at Nokia’s Conference Call today that the company was making progress in resolving supply issues related to the Lumia 920, and that supply of the device has already begun to ease starting from last week. Given that the 808 PureView was the last Symbian device ever to be made by Nokia, we expect the Finnish company will begin to truly focus their efforts on Windows Phone, and resolving the supply issues related to the Lumia 920 seems like a good place to start.
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