Nokia Still Faces Serious Supply Issues For Lumia 920 In China
According to a report from Bloomberg, Nokia Lumia 920T is facing serious supply issues in China. China Mobile which now sells Lumia 920 for about 4,599-yuan ($738) device said that most of their stores doesn’t have Lumia 920T in stock. Hence is Nokia is missing out the next weekâ€™s holiday season due to delivery issues. According to China Mobile spokeswoman, Nokia supplied only 30,000 units until Jan-30thÂ while 90,000 Lumia 920T models were ordered. This is a serious issue for Nokia as it is losing the market to its rivals in the largest handset market in the world.
â€œNokiaâ€™s production is still very low and supply isnâ€™t meeting demand at this point,â€ China Mobileâ€™s Li said in a Feb. 1 interview. â€œMany of our stores donâ€™t have any units.â€
During last months Financial Call, Nokia CFO said that Nokia is working to fix the supply issues and I don’t think it is happening fast as it should.