3G exposure to boost Nexus One sales

A recent article over on timesoftheinternet.com gives us information in respect of the Google Nexus One Smartphone.

It seems that there are some critics out there that have claimed that it all over for the Google Nexus One as they only sold 135,000 units during its first 74 days of availability.

Especially when that is compared to not only the Apple iPhone but also the Motorola Droid. Having said that though if we step back and take a closer look at Google we should realise that the company isn’t intending to lie down and play dead.

It is pretty obvious to us all that the company do need to increase the availability of the product, and that now seems to be happening as they are in the process of making a new version which will work on AT&T’s 3G network, and also a Sprint network version. Both devices are said to be sold through Google’s online store.


One thought on “3G exposure to boost Nexus One sales”

  1. dave says:

    Have been waiting for Verizon to roll out a subsidized N1 on their network. Not going to wait forever.

    Looking at Motorola’s droid on AT&T. Verizon will lose out on a sale and a 2 year data subscription.

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