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Nokia Corp.'s (NOK) Lumia 900 Windows Phone device is Tuesday topping online retailer Amazon.com Inc.'s (AMZN) list of top-selling mobile devices with contracts.
The apparent success of the Lumia 900 device at Amazon is a tentative sign that the struggling Finnish handset maker may be making a revival.
According to Amazon's sales chart, which is updated hourly, the Lumia 800 is outperforming Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.'s (MMI) latest Droid Razr Maxx 4G device, as well as the 4G version of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.'s (005930.SE) Galaxy S II.
The U.S. version of the Lumia 900, which was launched last week, is sold exclusively by AT&T Inc. (T) in North America and is aggressively priced at $99.99, significantly lower than prices of rival devices with similar specifications.
Amazon--the world's largest online retailer--saw revenue at $17.43 billion last year with consumer electronics, including mobile phones, accounted for 63% of sales.
At 1018 GMT shares in Nokia traded 0.1% lower at EUR3.888, against a 1% drop for the broader OMX Nordic 40 index.
-By Sven Grundberg, Dow Jones Newswires; +46-8-5451-3098; email@example.com