Sales

Nexus One ETF Lowered To $150 from $350

This was one of the downsides of an otherwise great deal for the first 1GHZ Android. A lot of people was in an uproar when they found out that Google would impose an ETF in the amount of $350 if you canceled your T-mobile service within the first 120 days. Apparently the FCC has been investigating this and most likely that asked Google to lower this fee and they agreed. The new lower ETF will attract more buyers to Nexus. This coupled with the upcoming car dock will further aid in the increase of sales of the Nexus One. [via phandroid]

80k Google Nexus Ones sold in January

Now this is more like it. After the initial first week estimated sales figures of only 20,000 units, most reporters was calling this a flop. These new figures tell a very different story.

Top Android dev says Android Market sales are not good

Apps are a huge part of most mobile phone platforms today, especially the iPhone. Most mobile devices have access to an application store, but they aren’t all created equal. The Palm Pre application store has caught criticism because of its meek offerings and according to one developer; the Android Market is not generating sales. Android developer Larva Labs has offered sales figures for its wares on the Android Market.

HTC sells 1M Magic phones

The HTC Magic is known here in the U.S. as the myTouch 3G. The device hit the U.S. market in August and has proven to be a popular device for Android fans. Unlike the G1, the myTouch 3G lacks a QWERTY keyboard and goes all touch screen. HTC has announced that it has now sold 1 million of its magic handsets globally. The company didn't offer numbers split out on a country-by-country basis so exactly how many of those sales are from the U.S. is unknown.
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