The Nokia Lumia 900 was put up for pre-order by AT&T back on March 30th, and although the handset isn't supposed to launch until April 8th, some lucky folks have received their pre-orders early. Several users over on The Verge's forums are reporting that their Lumia 900s arrived today, with some folks posting photographic and even video evidence of the appearance of their new gadgets.
AT&T has said that it's going all out for the debut of the Lumia 900, explaining last month that it intends for the launch of the Windows Phone 7.5 handset to be "a notch above" anything it's done before, including the iPhone. Many AT&T employees are expected to be equipped with Lumia 900s to help them become knowledgable about the device and to help push consumers in the direction of the $99.99 handset. It remains to be seen whether or not all of this support will pay off, but so far users that've already received their 900s seem happy, especially when it comes to the hardware. If you're interested in the Lumia 900 but haven't yet ordered one, you can check out Aaron's review of it here and here to learn more. Have any of you that pre-ordered a Lumia 900 already received your unit?