The Nokia Lumia 900’s supposed April 8 release date on AT&T is sounding a little more concrete, according to a new report. WPCentral claims the device is set to be available online Sunday, April 8 – just as we heard last week – with retail availability the following day. There have been a number of conflicting dates attached to the device since it was unveiled during CES, so we’re still not holding our breathe. One WPCentral source, however, claims the device has already shipped to some AT&T stores, so maybe it really is gearing up for a release. Out of the many phones slated to hit this year, the Lumia 900 is certainly one of the most anticipated. The device will supposedly hit AT&T with a $99 price tag, which is pretty darn good considering what you’ll get in return: Windows Phone Mango, 4G LTE, 4.3-inch AMOLED display and 8-megapixel camera. We liked what we saw in January, and we’re still very excited to get a Lumia 900 of our own.
[via The Verge]