Some of the geeks that pre-ordered the new NokiaLumia 900 smartphones already have the smart phone in hand and have been spending time playing with the new Windows Phone devices. Some of these people that already have the phones are reporting a very significant issue for the device. Some people have noted that the phone won't always connect to data networks.
The connectivity issue happens on any network including 2G, 3G, and 4G. Someone claiming to be an employee at AT&T has tipped that the devices were mass-produced at a plant in Mexico and that there is some sort of defect with the IMEI registration to data networks. It seems the phones work fine the first time booted, but once they are turned off, rebooted, put into airplane mode they will no longer connect to the network.
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