Nexus Sold 80K Units to Date

February 8th, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Research & Stats | 1 Comment »

Flurry Flurry has calculated that Google/HTC has sold 80.000 Nexus One Phones. Last month we already reported 20.000 sales and to the looks of it, the device didn’t gain much traction a month later as well.

With these numbers, the phone is clearly not the iPhone killer Google hoped it to be. Even Android managed to shift more Droid devices on their introduction with Verizon. A possible cause of this is the device launching after Q4 when a lot of consumers bought Droids and iPhones. Another reason might be the negative publicity around 3G coverage.

    One Response to “Nexus Sold 80K Units to Date”

    1. The Nexus One is really the first of the next-gen phones. That, plus the un-revolutionary pricing, and the fact that T-Mobile is stupid enough to only give pricing incentives to non-T-Mobile customers, means I’ll be hanging on to my G1 till either the second wave hits, or they drop the Nexus price in a few months.

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