20K Google Nexus One versus 1.6M iPhone 3GS handsets in first week sale

20K Google Nexus One versus 1.6M iPhone 3GS handsets in first week sale

Google Nexus One has been over a week in the market now but we don’t heard yet any sales figure from the internet giant. Accordingly, Flurry a mobile application analytic company set their estimates that Nexus One’s sales is around 20,000 which is absolutely far behind considering the first week of sale of Motorola DROID and iPhone 3GS which comes in 250,000 and 1.6M respectively.

Flurry uses its partnerships with mobile app developers to compile its usage figures, claiming to monitor more than 10,000 Android and iPhone devs and the penetration of their software. That way, it can also track new devices making an impact on its database, and thus make educated guesses as to how many new Nexus One handsets were in-use.

Flurry claims that the big sales difference is due to minimal marketing campaigns done by Google or T-Mobile USA in comparison with T-Mobile myTouch 3G, Verizon DROID and AT&T iPhone 3GS.

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