Now that the red, yellow and cyan Lumia 920 smartphones are out of stock at AT&T, Windows Phone enthusiasts are probably looking for alternatives, but there aren’t too many places that you can search for Nokia’s flagship device these days.
In the United States, the Lumia 920 is exclusive to AT&T and the carrier’s stores have quickly exhausted their stocks, possibly due to short supply.
We reported two days ago that Amazon was also selling the AT&T Lumia 920 in all five color options available from the carrier: yellow, red, cyan, black and white.
However, at that time, Amazon had all five versions of Nokia Lumia 920 listed as ‘backordered,’ meaning the devices weren’t in stock.
The good news is that the retailer changed the status of the Lumia 920 from ‘backordered’ to ‘in stock,’ which means those who order the smartphone will see it shipped in 24 hours.
The bad news is that Amazon only offers the white and black versions of Lumia 920, while the other three colors are still stuck on ‘backordered.’
Perhaps some of those who anxiously waited for the Lumia 920 to arrive in the US will want to wait a bit more for their favorite color, but there’s no telling when the cyan, red and yellow versions will be back in stock at Amazon and AT&T.
In fact, there’s a high chance that the white and black Lumia 920 will sell out in the next few days, especially that customers won’t have other color choices at their disposal.
Finding a Nokia Lumia 920 in the US has been quite a challenge lately, as the smartphone quickly disappeared from the shelves soon after its official launch.
So far, we’ve been hearing reports that the smartphone was available in short supply at most carriers around the globe, but we suspect Nokia will fix this in the following weeks. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.