7:24 PM Edited by Blony
AT&T has removed the Nokia 6750 Mural from its shelves because the device is having problems connecting to the carrier's 3G network, Phone Scoop reports.
"Because of a configuration error, the Nokia Mural 6750 is currently operating only on AT&T's 2G network. While the device has no problem connecting calls and data on the 2G network, we know that our customers expect to get the benefits of our 3G network," a spokesperson said in a statement to the publication.
The Mural is a 3G-enabled feature phone that launched with AT&T earlier this month. The clamshell device features a 2.2-inch QVGA display, a 2.0 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot, and an illuminating and colorful outer shell that displays notifications.
Replacements for the Nokia 6750 Mural will be offered as soon as the week of September 21, or users can receive a new device, AT&T says.