The Lumia 900, Nokia's flagship phone that has been in the U.S. just a few months, has had its price cut in half.
The former $99 Lumia 900, which runs on Windows Phone 7, saw its price drop to $49.99 early Sunday on AT&T's website.
Price cuts for phones aren't rare, but one so soon after a phone hits the market is.
"This move is a normal strategy that is put in place during the life cycle of most phones," Nokia spokesman Doug Dawson said in an email to the Wall Street Journal. It "allows a broader consumer base to buy this flagship device at a more accessible price."
A more likely reason for the phone's price drop may be its inability to upgrade to Windows Phone 8 upon its launch this fall.