Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by king cayman, Jul 23, 2010.
Would be interesting to know!
I don't think any official numbers have been released by Verizon/HTC yet.
i heard 100,000-150,000were sold in the first weekend alone.
I heard 350K were sold before back orders were made and the Dinc has been back order since like a week after it came out. This is all hear-say though so who knows. I'd like to hear it from HTC or Verizon.
I was just thinking about asking this same question today! I am looking forward to learning this too.
I wonder if ones sold at best buy and other places that sell the Inc will be factored in? I bought mine at BB because there were none available in Verizon stores.
Although these are not "Droid Incredible" numbers. Verizon indicated that they had 1.4 M new subscribers in Q2 this year. This is behind AT&T's 1.6 million in Q2.
Based on Q2 end date, the 1.4 number does not include new Droid X users. I believe Apple's numbers include growth created by the launch of the iPhone 4.
They'll probably sell around half a mill before VZW pulls the plug. The Froyo OTA and actual availability might give it a bump.
I too would love an answer to this
My guess is 500K sold through to consumers to date, but the number would have been over 1M if Samsung did not go global with the Galaxy (more display supplies then).
Wouldn't have a Samsung device. Over-hyped IMO. HTC rules!
I know one thing, if they (Verizon and HTC) would've been able to anticipate the demand and popularity of the DInc, they would've sold MANY more! I know several people that are STILL waiting for theirs! If Verizon would've had enough stock, there would've been many more proud DInc owners!
i would bet somewhere on the order of 500k to 750k
It really underscores why Apple is so successful. They were able to sell about 1.5 million iPhone 4s in the the first weekend.
It's not just the demand that is impressive, but Apple was able to ship that many units.
I'm happy with my incredible for now. Too bad HTC didn't do a better job of selecting manufacturing partners that could fill their orders.
Inc would have easily sold through 1M units IF there was no display supply constraint. Apple would have been in same boat with amoled, but they already had LG locked in for supplies for LCD. The entire industry knew amoled was constrained in supply, so though I appreciate the amoled, using the tech hurt Inc sales- badly.