639,000 Android-based Phones Sold in 4th Quarter

by Steve Ingram » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 03:17:18 GMT


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 Please pardon the off topic posting, but I think all developers will
want to see this information.

Many of us have been trying to figure out how many Android phones have
been sold.  The following link breaks down some of the numbers for
mobile phone sales in 2008 (source:Gartner).  It is estimated that T-
Mobile sold 639,000 in 4th Quarter of 2008.

 http://blogs.eweek.com/applewatch/content/iphone/apple_smartphone_ranking_declines.html 


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639,000 Android-based Phones Sold in 4th Quarter

by daniel.benedykt » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 03:56:21 GMT


 great info. Thanks.

Now we have to wait for 1st Quarter 2009.





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