It looks like Irish customers have to wait a while longer for the Lumia 930, as Ireland's Technology Blog states that the launch of the device has been pushed back by two weeks. Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Nokia's latest flagship device would be making its way to Ireland's Meteor network in addition to Vodafone and O2.
While the original release date was July 3rd, the launch has now been pushed back to mid-July. There is no mention as to the actual cause of the delay, only that it is "from Nokia's side."
While the device may be delayed on Meteor, there is no evidence at this stage to suggest that other carriers, like Vodafone and O2, will also be pushing back their launch dates. Also, it is likely that this setback will not hinder the launch of the Lumia 930 in other territories like the UK. What are your thoughts on the delay? Would it affect your interest in the Lumia 930? Sound off in the comments.
Source: Ireland's Technology Blog
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