Windows Phone 7 sold 40,000 units on its first day of sale in the US

By on Nov 11, 2010 in Cellphone, Technology, United States, World Comments

Windows Phone 7 sold 40,000 units on its first day of sale in the US, as published on The Street on Tuesday.

According to the report on their website, a market research source who tracks phone sales revealed that Windows Phone 7 sold 40,000 units on its debut sale, which includes sales from AT&T and T-Mobile.

Apparently, the Windows Phone 7 units which were given to 89,000 Microsoft employees for free were not included in the mentioned sales.

But then, the said sales of Windows Phone 7 devices from HTC and Samsung on its first day were comparatively low to Apple iPhone’s sale on its first week, which was said to have reached 143,000 units a day.

Last month, Apple has announced a as said that its 270,000 iPhones units a day being sold, while Google was reported to have been selling about 200,000 Android phones a day.

Meanwhile, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer earlier admitted that Windows Phone 7 may have been late in joining the trend of smartphones.



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