A little math shows that Android has surpassed iPhone in raw numbers.
Steve Jobs said today that Apple has sold 3 million iPhone 4's in just 22 days. That's pretty impressive, but Google announced yesterday – and at the Droid X announcement last month – that it is activating 160,000 Android devices per day. Multiply that out by 22 days and you get over 3.5 million devices sold.
So, is it official then?
Sprint changed its launch day numbers down to the combined weekend totals of its two previous best sellers combined.
The Sprint EVO 4G is selling very well, even if it isn't selling as well as Sprint previously stated. Sprint today said that it had misstated the original numbers by adding an extra 3x in its original statement.
Sprint said on Tuesday the total number of HTC EVO 4G devices sold on the launch day MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 9, 2010 9:33 AM ET
At Google I/O, Google is rambling off one impressive number after another for Android.
Google says they are activating over 100,000 Android devices/day. That is 3 million a month and a whopping 36 million/year. And growing.
According to Admob, they've passed the iPhone in market share. And they're only behind RIM in US smartphone sales, according to NPD.
That is in the first 18 months. They are now moving on to Froyo...Seth Weintraub - May 20, 2010 11:48 AM ET
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