Following the regional launch last Monday, Nokia Middle East has announced that all pre-order bookings allocated for the first two weeks for its new Windows-based smartphone, Nokia Lumia 920, have been completely sold out.
Nokia’s Lumia 920, pegged by some as a fierce competitor to Apple’s spearhead iPhone 5, has been making headlines over the last week, with the smartphone now sold out in most regions of the world.
US-based carrier AT&T announced earlier last week that its stock of Lumia 920 has been exhausted, followed by stockists in Germany claiming that they too have run out of inventory of the Lumia 920.
In the UAE, Tariq, an Emirati national, became the proud owner of the first Nokia Lumia 920 to be sold at the Nokia store in Dubai Mall, which was pre-booked two weeks in advance.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, including Arabic language capabilities and the latest advances in Nokia PureView imaging innovation.
The phone comes in yellow, red, grey, white and black, and along with the Nokia Lumia 820, will be available at all leading electronic retail outlets in the UAE from November 25, and will be retailed at: Lumia 920 Dh2,499 and Lumia 820 Dh1,899.