The Nokia Lumia 920, exclusively available with AT&T. (Photo : Nokia)
The Lumia 920 might be selling out left and right across several countries but a new update is reportedly on its way.
The new Nokia flagship smartphone has so far been a lifesaver for Nokia following previous unsuccessful Lumia series.
The Nokia smartphone, which utilizes the Windows Phone 8 operating system, is expected to see a software update following reports that some of the smartphones have been rebooting on its own.
In a statement issued by Microsoft, "We're continuing to investigate some reports of phones rebooting and have identified a cause with our partners. We are working to get an over-the-air update out in December."
The cause for the sudden reboots has not been confirmed or if the update will be for just the Lumia 920 or across all Windows Phone 8 devices. Complaints of the reboots have also come from HTC Windows Phone 8X customers.
As Latinos Post reported, 2.5 million units of the Lumia 920, and 820 devices, have been sold in the first two weeks since its launch.
The features for the Lumia 920 device includes a 4.5-inch screen with 1,280x768 pixel resolution, internal storage of 32GB and 64GB, 8.7-megepixel rear-facing camera, and available in black, gray, red, yellow, and white.
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