Flurry has posted an update of their sales results for the Google Nexus One mobile phone, compared with the iPhone first generation and the Motorola Droid. Flurry compared the first 74 days, day 74 marked the day when the first iPhone broke 1 million units sold, between the devices.
Based on the statistics from Flurry, Nexus One has roughly sold 135,000 units in the firs 74 days, compared to the iPhone and the Droid, selling 1 million units each in the same amount of time. Early sales in the first week and the first month for the Nexus One were showing slow sales.
One reasons for the slow sales for the Nexus One is distribution. Only having T-Mobile as the only carrier, with a contract, for the Nexus One limits its reach to consumers. However, consumers can buy an unlocked Nexus One for use on AT&T and Rogers Wireless (Canada) for $529.00 US.
Flurry is an application based statistic that records the active number of unique users, when consumers use applications on their mobile device. Actual sales figures may vary.