T-Mobile G1 Android Phone Already Sold 1.5 Million Units?

Posted: Oct 12 2008, 2:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:59am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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We already reported that pre-orders for the first Android smartphone are very strong. Now Fool.com puts a number on how well the T-Mobile G1 pre-orders are actually going. If the number is correct, early adopters already ordered 1.5 million T-Mobile G1 phones. It looks like the Google controlled Open Source Phone is off to a great start.
I am still not convinced that the T-Mobile G1 is ready for the mainstream smart phone user. Sales could drop as quickly as the downloads did for the Google Chrome browser.If you pre-order the T-Mobile G1 today you will get it on November 10th. If you pre-ordered earlier the first T-Mobile G1 phones are supposed to ship on October 22nd. T-Mobile customers can get a T-Mobile G1 starting at $179.99, plus taxes and fees (pricing subject to upgrade eligibility criteria: two-year agreement required).
More details on Fool.com. Via Engadget and Pulse2.

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