By Stephen Schenck | January 25, 2012 1:30 PM
We’ve had it on pretty good authority that Nokia’s eagerly-awaited Lumia 900 will first be available on AT&T this March. That much, at least, was revealed through the Nokia Developer Newsletter earlier this month. As for some more specific information, a couple of separate rumors suggested that March 18 would mark the beginning of 900 sales. That date is looking even more likely now, after a leaked AT&T roadmap also identified it as marking the Lumia 900′s launch.
BGR claims to have received this roadmap from a “trusted source”, and while it hasn’t yet shared the complete document, it has revealed that the roadmap’s Lumia 900 launch projection matches those rumors we’ve already heard. Additionally, BGR reports that the roadmap reveals a surprisingly low price for the handset, with plans to sell the phone on-contract for just under $100.
Nokia and AT&T could easily get away with charging a lot more for the Lumia 900, so if we’re really looking at a launch price that low, it signifies a concerted effort to get the smartphone into the hands of as many new owners as possible.