Nokia delays Lumia 900 UK release because of high US demand
Nokia have set a target date of May 14th for the Lumia 900 UK retail release, with the rest of Europe getting it shortly after. This is apparently because of ‘high demand’ of the handset in the US. The Lumia 900 was supposed to launch in the UK this April 27th, and boasts a 4.3 inch screen, HSPA+ (instead of LTE like on the US AT&T version) and will be available in Black and White at launch.
No word on that Magenta version. Demand in the US has ‘exceeded expectations’ so it’s no surprise to see the Finnish company try to meet demand before releasing the flagship Windows Phone in more countries.
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Microsoft dev evangelist retracts statement about all Windows Phones getting Apollo update
Microsoft developer evangelist Nuno Silva has apparently retracted his statement from an interview a while ago where he stated that every Windows Phone would be getting an update to WP8 Apollo when it comes along.
Samsung reportedly halts Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) production to add quad-core CPU
NetBookNews on Wednesday cited a Korean Samsung insider who claims the company has halted production of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 so that it can be upgraded with a quad-core processor. Pre-sales were originally scheduled for May 4th and the device was supposed to launch on May 13th for $399.99, but it is unclear if these dates will be pushed back. Earlier reports suggested the Galaxy Note 10.1 has also been delayed to allow Samsung to make revisions to the device.