Verizon: iPhone 4 Out Selling HTC Thunderbolt 4G

Friday, April 22, 2011
By OP Editor

Verizon 2011 Q1 earning report reveals 2.2 million iPhone 4 sold, outselling most popular Android 4G phone on Verizon.

Verizon iPhone 4 2011 Q1 sales

Verizon 2011 Q1 financial report: Earnings up 5.3% over same quarter last year (YOY). Sold 2.2 million Verizon iPhone 4. What the numbers mean: Apple iPhone crushes Android phone sales.

Verizon iPhone 4 Sales vs. Android HTC Thunderbolt 4G

Verizon iPhone 4 launched on February 10, 2011. The quarter ended in March 31, 2011. That’s 7 weeks. ObamaPacman.com reports: divide 2.2 million by weeks = 314,000 Verizon iPhone 4 sold per week.

HTC Thunderbolt, an Android phone, sold 260,000 in 2 weeks. For the Fandroids who fail at basic math: that’s 130,000 per week.

All other Verizon 4g phones (almost all Android) sold total of 240,000 handsets, in 3 months. That’s how many per week?

Previously, Verizon announced that iPhone 4 sales sets record and beats Android in 2 hours, so this news is not a surprise. Apple announced in the 2011 Apple Q2 earnings report that the Cupertino company sold 18.65 million iPhone during the quarter world wide (with 3.6 million activated by AT&T).

The presentation PDF (214KB) via Verizon Investor Relations

Share

Related Posts

  1. Over Half Verizon Smartphones Sold Are iPhones
  2. iPhone 63% of Verizon 2012 Q4 smartphone activations
  3. Verizon Sold More iPhone Than Android, BlackBerry, WebOS, and Windows Phones Combined
  4. AT&T: iPhone 84% of 2012 Q4 smartphone activations
  5. Over 80% Smartphone Sold by AT&T are iPhones

Tags: Android, Apple, iPhone

Site Search

iPad Air 2 Case

Popular Tags