When Nokia unveiled the Lumia 900 back at CES, the company gave us the full spec rundown on the 4.3-inch Windows Phone and said that it would be made available on AT&T here in the U.S. However, Nokia declined to offer details on just when the 900 will actually be launching and how much it'll cost when it does. We've heard a couple of times in the past that the Lumia 900 will be hitting AT&T in March, but a new report from BGR suggests that the wait may be a tad longer. According to a "trusted source" speaking to the site, AT&T is now aiming to release the Lumia 900 on April 22nd. BGR claims that the 900's previously-rumored $99.99 price point is still going to happen.
Past reports had claimed that the Lumia 900 was going to be hitting AT&T on March 18th, which your calendar will tell you is only 9 days from now. It's kind of a bummer that we may now have to wait until late in April to get our hands on the 900, especially considering that it's been official for two whole months. As usual, you can bet that we'll let you know when we get official word from AT&T and Nokia on the Lumia 900's launch date. If you need something to help pass the time until then, you can find Aaron's hands-on with the 900 embedded below, which will get you exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds closer to the handset's launch, whenever that may be.