Droid 2: Just 11,000 Sales?

Posted: Aug 26 2010, 9:48am CDT | by , in Rumors | Android

 
Droid 2: Just 11,000 Sales?
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Motorola takes another sucker-punch.

The Droid 2 may be in some serious trouble. IntoMobile reports that Chitika's ad impression tracking software has detected a meager 11,000 of the next-gen gadgets out in the wild. Fourteen days after launch, the Droid's sequel is responsible for a whopping 0% of Android traffic. While Chitika's numbers are not accurate to a T (no ad impressions ever are) this still represents chilling news for fans of the phone.

If the Droid 2 proves to be a dud, Moto could be headed for hot water. We all remember what happened when their last wildly successful phone (the Razr) was followed up by a series of disappointing sequels. While it is true that the Droid 2 hasn't been selling out or coming up short nearly as often as a phone like the Incredible, the fact that it could be doing this bad is quite surprising.

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